We have another great MVP Friday Five for you all this week. This week’s article cover a wide variety of expertise, and each article is filled with expert how-to’s and step by step information from MVPs. These articles are just a few examples of the incredible content MVPs provide to the tech community every day!
1. Windows Azure Storage Client Library for Windows Phone: Part 1
By Connected System Developer MVP Dhananjay Kumar | @debug_mode
Dhananjay discusses some of the ways you can work with Windows Azure storage client library for Windows Phone.
2. Filtering by Columns
By Excel MVP Tom Urtis | @TomUrtis
In this article Tom explains two methods for filtering rows by individual columns including one with Data Validation and another with a UserForm interface.
3. Using SCOM as a basic configuration audit system – Part 6
By System Center Cloud and Datacenter management MVP Daniele Grandini | @DanieleGrandini
This is the final post in a series Daniele has published about using SCROM. In this post he discusses the compliance checking monitor component.
4. Building a Multi-Touch Photo Viewer Control
By Silverlight MVP Morten Nielsen | @dotMorten
Morten shares a simple reusable control that allows users to use their fingers to pinch zoom and drag using the touch screen on a Windows Phone using very little xaml.
5. Windows Phone 7 DB Connection Settings Helper
By ASP.NET/IIS MVP Lohith Nagaraj | @kashyapa
In this post Lohith has put together a helper class which will do all the magic under the hood but expose pre-defined parameters for the connection string for Windows Phone 7 as properties. At the usage level, you just have to instantiate this and set some properties and call a method to extract the connection string.
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Thanks for featuring my post in this edition...
I wish, if non-MVP guys can also share something?
Thank you very much , I'm like it