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  • Blog Post: Friday Five - June 20, 2014

    1. A Show-All-Or-Nothing Behavior for Windows Universal Apps By Client Development MVP Diederik Krols 2. Hyper-V Amigos Podcast By MVPs Carsten Rachfahl , Didier Van Hoye , Hans Vredevoort and Aidan Finn 3. Use Access Teams in Dynamics CRM 2013 By Dynamics CRM MVP Adam Vero 4. Creating...
  • Blog Post: Being a Mentor in the Imagine Cup

    Editor’s note: The following post was written by Client Development MVP Bruno Sonnino Being a mentor in the Imagine Cup In July 2012, I’ve had the pleasure of mentoring Team Virtual Dreams, winner of the Windows 8 Metro Challenge and Azure Challenge on the Imagine Cup 2012, the Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: Identity in Your Own Apps with Windows Azure Active Directory - Part 4

    Editor’s note: The following post was written by Office 365 MVP Martina Grom and Client Development MVP Toni Pohl . This is the conclusion of the 4 part series. Read part 1 , part 2 and part 3 Identity in Your Own Apps with Windows Azure Active Directory Part 4: Using GraphAPI GraphExplorer...
  • Blog Post: Friday Five - March 14, 2014

    1. CloudSix API: add cloud storage support to your app in a nutshell By Windows Phone Development MVP Rudy Huyn 2. What’s on the 2014 Roadmap for Microsoft Dynamics CRM? By Dynamics CRM MVP Jukka Niiranen 3. Useful JavaScript to know when working with SharePoint Display Templates (#SPC3000...
  • Blog Post: Integrating SemanticZoom with Hub in Windows 8.1

    Editor’s note: The following post was written by Client Development MVP Houssem Dellai Integrating SemanticZoom with Hub in Windows 8.1 1- Introduction Windows 8.1 has come with some cool new controls. One of them is the Hub component. The Hub makes it easier for developers to design grouped...
  • Blog Post: New in Visual Studio 2013 – Windows Azure Mobile Services Integration

    Editor’s Note: In partnership with Microsoft Press, now celebrating their 30 th year, MVPs have been contributing to an ongoing guest series on their official team blog. Today’s article is from Client Development MVP John Garland which is the 33rd in the series. New in Visual Studio 2013...
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