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  • Blog Post: Kate Gregory on Channel 9!

    Kate Gregory ( @gregcons ) is a developer’s developer. (And, she’s Canadian too!) She’s smart, funny and incredibly talented. So, it’s no surprise to me when she’s featured on Channel 9 . Recently, she was interviewed by Charles Torre about C++:   You may remember that last year, she and Richard...
  • Blog Post: Q&A with Kenny Kerr on C++, Window Clippings and Micro-ISVs

    Kenny Kerr is a software developer and entrepreneur. He is passionate about software and getting it done right. His new company recently launched Window Clippings 3 , a screen capture tool designed to produce the highest quality screenshots. You can follow Kenny on Twitter at @kennykerr . 1. Who are...
  • Blog Post: MVP Insider - Q & A with Erik Renaud

    Erik Renaud is an agile coach and co-founder of nVentive, a new concept where software development teams leverage coaching and guidance packages to build better software. His current mandates concentrate on large financial institutions creating new teams that directly support their primary activities...
  • Blog Post: MVP Insider – Q & A with Oisin Grehan

    His first foray into computers began at age ten with the eight-bit Amstrad CPC 464; twenty four years later, he's still at it although we've gained a few bits in computer horsepower since then. His flirtation with internet technologies began in the mid-nineties, when he designed and built Ireland's first...
  • Blog Post: MVP Insider – Q & A with Donald Belcham

      Donald Belcham is a senior consultant at igloocoder.com Consulting Inc. who is based out of Edmonton, Alberta. His experience varies in industry from Agriculture and Forestry to Insurance and Government. Donald also speaks at a number of different varied sized conferences around the world. The...
  • Blog Post: MVP Insider - Q & A with David Woods

    David Woods is the President of Solidhouse , A software consulting and website hosting company in Edmonton , Alberta . Dave has been programming since he was a kid on his Apple II and currently works on developing enterprise applications. Dave has been a security enthusiast for many years. In former...
  • Blog Post: MVP Insider - Q & A with Miguel Carrasco

    Miguel Carrasco is Vice President of Technology at Anvil Digital , a software development and marketing company in Winnipeg , Manitoba . With over 10 years experience in the IT industry, Miguel has been involved in over 100 real world projects ranging from software development, team leadership and organization...
  • Blog Post: MVP Insider - Q & A with Doug Hennig

    Doug Hennig is a partner with Stonefield Systems Group Inc. and Stonefield Software Inc. He is the author of the award-winning Stonefield Database Toolkit (SDT); the award-winning Stonefield Query; the MemberData Editor, Anchor Editor, and CursorAdapter and DataEnvironment builders that come with Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: MVP Insider - Q & A with Justin Lee

    Justin Lee is a software consultant for ObjectSharp Consulting . His interests lie mainly with languages, operating systems, software architecture processes and best practices, and low-level hardware architecture. Justin is an MCSD.NET, a Microsoft C# MVP, and the founder of the 1st .NET user group in...
  • Blog Post: Building Compelling Websites on the Microsoft Platform

    Over the past week, I've been conducting a half-day briefings on how to build great websites on the Microsoft platform. The first stop on the tour was Vancouver (Wednesday, May 14), the second was Mississauga (Tuesday, May 20) and the third was in Montreal (Thursday, May 22). For those of you that...
  • Blog Post: MVP Insider - Q & A with Peter Ritchie

    Peter has been working professionally in software development for over 18 years. He's been writing computer software far longer; since his first computer, an Atari 800. Starting in C, Peter progressed to C++ not too long after its adoption by the major compilers. With a strong background in C++, Peter...
  • Blog Post: DevTeach Toronto 2008

    DevTeach Toronto is fast approaching, and features a number of world class speakers including Micorosft Most Valuable Professionals (MVPs) and Regional Directors: There are a number of reasons why you should attend the event. Here's a few to start: Keynote by Scott Hanselman, Microsoft Scott Hanselman...
  • Blog Post: Canadian Heroes Community Launch

    Over the next several months Technical communities around the world are hosting Community Launch events focusing on technical dives of Microsoft Windows Server 2008™, Visual Studio 2008™, and SQL Server 2008™. Community leaders have been trained directly from Microsoft and empowered to host technical...
  • Blog Post: MVP Insider - Q & A with Wes MacDonald

    Wes MacDonald has fourteen years of EDP experience as a Software Architect, Systems Analyst, Designer, Developer, DBA and LAN administrator. As a Senior Developer/Architect Wes has been responsible for all aspects of software development including installations, configurations of database and application...
  • Blog Post: MVP Insider - Q & A with Les Connor

    Les has worked in a small business environment all his life. He especially enjoys Small Business Server for the positive impact it has in enabling small business to do more with less. Les was first awarded SBS MVP in 2002, and is a 2006 Impact Award Finalist - Community Leadership Award - for his work...
  • Blog Post: MVP Insider - Q & A with Laurent Duveau

    Laurent Duveau is a Senior .NET Trainer/Developer and the founding partner of RunAtServer Consulting . He specializes in web development with ASP.NET, AJAX, Silverlight, Windows Live and Expression softwares. He also teaches .NET courses as a Microsoft Certified Trainer, and was a speaker at great events...
  • Blog Post: MVP Insider - Q & A with Eli Robillard

    Eli Robillard is the founder of the Toronto SharePoint Users Group. He is a past writer for the MSDN Developer Center, a member of the MSDN Canada Speakers Bureau, a member and founding board member of the ASPInsiders, and an author and technical editor of SharePoint books. His latest is Professional...
  • Blog Post: Understanding the MVP Program (Part 2 of 2)

    In my previous guest blog entry I touched on some "MVP Program Basics". I received a few notes from people who read it and thought they are a good match. I look forward to receiving more and possibly getting a few new MVPs out of all those contacts I made. In this guest blog entry I will try to answer...
  • Blog Post: MVP Insider - Q & A with Shane Perran

    Shane has been designing online user experiences for more than a decade. A strong passion for visual presentation, web standards and usability has paved the way for a successful transition into the SharePoint Products and Technologies space where Shane has become well known for his customization efforts...
  • Blog Post: MVP Insider - Q & A with Rob Windsor

    Rob Windsor is a Senior Consultant and the Director of Training with ObjectSharp Consulting - a Microsoft Gold Partner based in Toronto, Canada. Rob focuses on the architecture, design and development of custom business applications using leading edge Microsoft technologies. In addition Rob is a top...
  • Blog Post: MVP Insider Archive

    August 23, 2007: MVP Insider - Q&A with Ken Cox (Visual Developer - ASP/ASP.NET) September 6, 2007: MVP Insider - Q&A with Blake McNeill (Windows - Security) October 5, 2007: MVP Insider - Q & A with Chris Maunder (Visual Developer - Visual C++)
  • Blog Post: Guest Blogger: MVP Award Program - What is it all about? (Part 1 of 2)

    Hello Canadian Developers, By the way of introduction, my name is Sasha Krsmanovic and I am the MVP Lead for Canadian MVPs. Your developer advisors asked me to publish a few posts here in order to introduce the MVP Award Program to Canadian Developers. You have seen some of these individuals ‘spotlighted...
  • Blog Post: MVP Insider - Q & A with Chris Maunder (Visual Developer - Visual C++)

    Chris is the Co-founder, Administrator, Architect, Chief Editor and Shameless Hack who wrote and runs The Code Project – a community site for software developers with 4.5 million members. He's been programming since 1988 while pretending to be, in various guises, an astrophysicist, mathematician, physicist...
  • Blog Post: MVP Insider - Q & A with Blake McNeill (Windows - Security)

    Blake McNeill ( MVP Profile ) is primarily a software designer who's history involves the design and development of a number of commercial software products ranging from engineering simulation tools, to banking systems, to medical systems, to security tools and pretty well all points in-between. While...
  • Blog Post: MVP Insider - Q&A with Ken Cox (Visual Developer - ASP/ASP.NET)

    Ken Cox ( MVP Profile ) is a programming writer and .NET developer who lives in Nipissing Township, Ontario during the fair weather months, and Victoria, British Columbia in the winter. Ken is currently writing ASP.NET 3.5 For Dummies to be published by Wiley by the end of the year. As a contributing...
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