Silicon Valley Code Camp

Nearly 3,000 developers, technology experts, and MVPs attended the 2013 Silicon Valley Code Camp (SVCC) October 5-6.  The event, which was started by ASP.NET MVP Peter Kellner and several colleagues in 2006, is one of the largest Code Camps in the United States.  SVCC highlights developer-related knowledge and experience and shares it through formal presentations, informal chalk…


Friday Five – March 15, 2013

1. Using Sencha ExtJS 4.2, Sencha Architect 2.2, Add CRUD to REST client for calling Microsoft WebAPI server By ASP.NET/IIS MVP Peter Kellner 2. Simple reverse geocoding with Windows Phone 8 and MVVMLight By Windows Phone Development MVP Joost van Schaik – @LocalJoost 3. Asynchronous Commands in Windows Store Apps By Silverlight MVP Jeremy Likness…


MVP Friday Five: February 17, 2012

MVPs are known for their expert contributions to the technology community. They provide answers to common questions, complex problems and, just as importantly, they ask questions and inspire discussion. This week’s MVP Friday Five illustrates the full spectrum of MVP contributions.   Why Small Businesses Should Switch from Exchange to Office 365   By Exchange…


MVP Friday Five: November 11, 2011

Today is Friday, which means it’s time for another MVP Friday Five! MVPs were posting some great content this week and we are excited to bring you a taste of it with five articles written by MVPs. As always, all five posts have great tips and information across a variety of technical expertise.   1….