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  • Blog Post: Italian MVP Offers Protection From Cybersquatting

    Italian Internet Explorer MVP Vincenzo Di Russo recently wrote a TechNet Community article entitled, “ How to defend yourself from cybersquatting” . His article looks at how web users can protect themselves against “typo-squatting” or “cybersquatting.” Fraudsters, typically use the misspelled website...
  • Blog Post: Italian MVP Makes a Secure Connection

    Italian MVP Ermanno Goletto has recently written a new technical article entitled, “ Configure a VPN for remote access using ISA Server 2006 ”. The article was recently published in Microsoft’s Italy’s TechNet Library. Ermanno’s article looks at the process of setting up a Virtual Private Connection...
  • Blog Post: Italian MVP Makes Compelling Viewing!

      Italian MVP Alessandro Del Sole has recorded a number of screencasts on his blog covering a number of topics including ADO.NET Data Services, .NET Framework Client Profile and Visual Basic 2008. Alessandro has also created a resource page on the MSDN Code Gallery , where you will find all the...
  • Blog Post: MVPs Deliver Smart Business Solutions

      Italian MVP Davide Mauri recently co-wrote a book together with Lynn Langit and MVPs Kevin Goff , Sahil Malik and John Welch for Microsoft Press, entitled “ Smart Business Intelligence Solutions with Microsoft® SQL Server® 2008 ”   About The Book: Smart Business Intelligence Solutions with...
  • Blog Post: Italian MVP Provides The Missing Linq

    Following on from the success of his previous books , Italian MVP Alessandro Del Sole has just released a new book, entitled “Microsoft LINQ in Visual Basic 2008”. With a forward by Alessandro Teglia , the book focuses on Microsoft LINQ from a Visual Basic perspective. Across 13 chapters, the author...
  • Blog Post: Gadget Mania!

    ASP.Net Developer MVP Alessandro Ghizzardi has produced a new book on how to write Windows Vista Sidebar Gadgets. With the release of Windows Vista, Microsoft has enabled developers to write code for small desktop applications, known as “sidebar gadgets.” These gadgets allow users to add engaging and...
  • Blog Post: MVPs Open The World of ASP.NET 3.5

    Congratulations to our Italian MVPs Daniele Bochicchio, Cristian Civera, Riccardo Golia and Stefano Mostarda on the release of their new book, ASP.Net 3.5 for all! After the success of their previous release, this new book contains a greater focus on access to data, LINQ, security and the creation of...
  • Blog Post: Architecting Your Enterprise With .NET

    Congratulations to Italian MVPs, Dino Esposito and Andrea Saltarello on the release of their book “Microsoft® .NET: Architecting Applications for the Enterprise ” published by Microsoft Press . The book covers essential concepts such as UML, design patterns, the core system (business, services, data...
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