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  • Blog Post: Watch: MVPs help lauch Visual Studio 2010

    Join us on a global tour as Microsoft MVPs help launch Visual Studio 2010!
  • Blog Post: Chinese MVP Sees The ‘Silverlight’

    Visual C# MVP Yongguang Zhu is a .NET Speaker, author and is the .NET Lead Editor for InfoQ China . As the vice-chairman and the core lecturer for Chengdu .NET club, he helps to organise technical sessions for the .NET club developers.  Yongguang has published several Silverlight articles in Chinese...
  • Blog Post: Chinese MVP Finds A Place For Excel At Home

    MVP Qing Lin Zhou , has great passion for Microsoft Excel. Developed from scratch, he runs the largest Chinese Microsoft Office community in the world at Excel Home ! Excel Home was created with the goal of improving the Chinese user experience with Microsoft Office. The site offers a vibrant community...
  • Blog Post: Taiwan MVP Releases New ASP.NET 3.5 Book

    Taiwan MVP Alex Chang is the author of a new book entitled, “ASP.NET 3.5 chart & practical modules using C#”. The book is aimed to learn the latest ASP.NET control, drawing all kinds of charts. Alex shares several practical modules base on his rich development experience to help you learn more about...
  • Blog Post: Chinese MVP Shines Spotlight on Windows

    Directory Services MVP Shuyong Yan is the founder of the popular Chinese WinOS Forum . The forum is a communication and exchange platform for IT professionals within China. Shuyong devotes his spare time to solve problems relating to Directory Services, Enterprise Security, PowerShell and Windows within...
  • Blog Post: 2009 MVP Global Summit Week – MVP Interviews – Part 5

      Join China MVP Lead Eddie Liu as he interviews MVP Cheng Zhang , a Windows Desktop Experience MVP from Shanghai. Cheng Zhang focuses on Windows desktop operating systems and likes to share his knowledge with the technical community.  He attended Summit this year to learn more about Windows...
  • Blog Post: 2009 MVP Global Summit Week – MVP Interviews – Part 4

      Join Indian MVP Lead Abhishek Kant as he interviews SQL Server MVP Pinal Dave . Pinal maintains a blog dedicated to SQL Server and it can be found here . He has also authored over 900 SQL Server articles. Wow!     China MVP Lead Eddie Liu interviews MVP Shengrong Qu from Shanghai. In...
  • Blog Post: Chinese MVP Steps Up to ASP.NET

    Visual C# MVP Jianghua Luo has written a new book entitled “ASP.NET 3.5 Programming Step by Step”. The book is published by Machinery Industry Press and describes how Chinese developers can use ASP.NET 3.5 to write Web applications. The book is divided into 24 chapters and provides a rich source of knowledge...
  • Blog Post: Chinese MVPs Release .Net Micro Best Practice

    MVP Qi Ma and MVP Hongfeng Liu have collaborated on a new book entitled, “.Net Micro Framework Embedded Development.” The book introduces the .NET Micro Framework development system and covers related areas such as basic class library, the use of WPF user interface design, simulator development and network...
  • Blog Post: Chinese MVP Lifts The Controls on ASP.NET

    Visual C# MVP Jian Zheng has recently written a new book entitled “The development technology for ASP.NET 3.5 controls and components”. The book is published by Electronics Industry press, and introduces ASP.NET controls. Jian’s book carries over 70 examples and is designed to help developers when coding...
  • Blog Post: MVP Spotlights SharePoint Server 2007

    Visual Basic MVP Yonggang Yang has just published a new book entitled, Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 – development of actual cases. The book is published by Electronics Industry Press. The book introduces various aspects of Microsoft Office SharePoint 2007 , (MOSS 2007) through real life deployments...
  • Blog Post: MVPs speak out at TechEd China!

    TechEd 2008 China took place in late October and early November and was held in three major cities, Guangzhou, Shanghai and Beijing. TechEd attracted over 6,000 attendees from around the world. In particular, 11 MVPs demonstrated their passion for the event, by delivering a wide range of community sessions...
  • Blog Post: Excel Super Hero Recognised for Training Embassy Officials!

    Excel MVP Kai Liu recently delivered Microsoft Office training for 3 foreign officials and 5 Chinese officials at the Embassy of Israel in Beijing. Kai prepared a number of exercises and course examples for the dignitaries. He even produced a short training manual, filled with practical exercises to...
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