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  • Blog Post: Building the Eject-A-Bed

    Editor’s note: Instead of usual content, we wanted to post something on creative ways our MVPs are using our technology. Enjoy! The following post was written by Visual F# MVP Jamie Dixon Building the Eject-A-Bed My youngest child has a real hard time getting out of bed in the morning...
  • Blog Post: Friday Five – May 24, 2013

    1. A Converged Networks Design For Hyper-V On SMB 3.0 Storage With RDMA (SMB Direct) By Virtual Machine MVP Aidan Finn – @joe_elway 2. Tom’s Tutorials For Excel: Using Data Validation to Disallow Entry of Item in a List By Excel MVP Tom Urtis – @TomUrtis 3. Create tasks for outlook.com and a second Tasks...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint 2013 - Apps Advantages

    Editor’s note: The following post was written by SharePoint MVP Jean Paul SharePoint 2013 introduced a new feature called Apps. Apps are self-contained pieces of functionality that extends the capabilities of a SharePoint website. Apps will be executed outside the SharePoint Server...
  • Blog Post: Friday Five - January 11, 2013

      1. C#/.NET Little Wonders: The Parallel.Invoke() Method By Visual C# James Michael Hare – @ BlkRabbitCoder 2. Windows Server 2012 NIC Teaming Part 4 – Load Distribution By Virtual Machine MVP Aidan Finn – @ joe_elway 3. Splash Screens in Windows Phone 8–Who moved my cheese? By Silverlight MVP...
  • Blog Post: Different Deployment Options in Windows 8

    Editor’s Note: In partnership with Microsoft Press, MVPs have been contributing to an ongoing guest series on their official team blog. Today’s article is from Visual C# MVP Peter Ritchie which is the 22nd in the series Different deployment options in Windows 8 If you're used to some other app store...
  • Blog Post: Friday Five - January 4, 2013

    1. Deploying Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 on Azure – Introduction By Dynamics GP MVP Mariano Gomez - @dgpblogster 2. [Windows (Phone) 8] Using SignalR in Windows (Phone) 8 apps! BY Client App Dev MVP Thomas Lebrun - @thomas_lebrun 3. FriendlyURL : A new and exciting feature...
  • Blog Post: Talking Cloud Tuesday with Visual C# MVP Marcel Meijer

      How long have you been an MVP? Second year Which technical community or communities are you most active in? SDN ( www.sdn.nl ): where I organize events and magazines, enabling others to write and present. Idem http://www.code-camp.nl http://blogs.msmvps.com/marcelmeijer/ http://www.marcelmeijer...
  • Blog Post: MVP–Friday Five June 8, 2012

    1. Force Metro App Update Check in Windows 8 Release Preview Windows Store By Windows Expert – Consumer MVP Richard Hay - @WinObs This article covers how the Windows Store periodically checks for updates to any Metro Apps you have installed on your system but there maybe times that you would...
  • Blog Post: MVP Friday Five: March 30, 2012

    We're going a little more international with our blog authors this week to give you a feel for what our worldwide MVPs are talking about. 1. Here's What's Right With Windows 8 By ASP.NET MVP Chris Love | @chrislove Provides Chris's perspective on the approach taken with Windows 8. 2. HDFS...
  • Blog Post: C#进化图

    C#如今已经发展到5.0版本,CLR版本为4.5,伴随Visual Studio 2011发布。我总结了一个进化图,以供大家参考。 在C# 5.0中主要增加了Async Programming 以及Caller Information两个特性,以下分别作介绍。 Async Feature 在C# 5.0新增了 async 修饰符以及 await 操作符;标记有async的方法被称为异步方法。 异步编程可以给我们带来很大的便利。比如在WinForm编程中,当我们使用HttpWebRequest请求网络资源的时候, 如果使用同步请求,那么如果请求响应时间过长,会导致我们的UI线程堵塞...
  • Blog Post: An Introduction to New Features in C# 5.0

    Introduction of New Features in C# 5.0 1. C# Evolution Matrix Microsoft just published a new version of C# : 5.0 beta with CLR version 4.5 (Visual Studio 11 beta). In order to get a big picture of the whole evolution of C# language, I summarized all the key features into a C# Evolution Matrix...
  • Blog Post: French MVP Releases New Book Dedicated to WPF and C#

    French MVP Olivier Dewit is the author of a new book entitled, “WPF avec C#, WPF - Développez des applications riches sous Windows”. Published in French, the book is a complete course in programming for Rich Application Development for Windows. The book is designed for .NET developers who wish to build...
  • Blog Post: Indonesian MVP Releases Open Source IIS Log Analyzer!

    Indonesian Visual C# MVP Agus Kurniawan is the C# community leader for the Indonesia .NET Developer Community (INDC) . Agus has created an exciting new open source project called “Indihiang”. The project is an Internet Information Server (IIS) Log Analyzer and is designed to help I.T. administrators...
  • Blog Post: Coding – Just 4 Fun?

    How would you like to build an Xbox game, use your Nintendo Wiimote to create an electronic whiteboard, or build your own peer-to-peer application? Coding4Fun helps you tackle some cool software and hardware projects using a range of free Microsoft software. Now you can code for fun with C#, VB, Lua...
  • Blog Post: Light up your Christmas with C# and .NET

    Christmas is fast approaching! Are you looking for a small programming challenge over the winter break? Have you thought about controlling your Christmas tree lights with C# and .NET? Or create a tiny, connected data logger that integrates into your company network? Or, anything in between? Well, take...
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