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  • Blog Post: MVPs at the Midwest Management Summit - Nov 10-12

    MVPs are busy. Just how busy are they? Shortly after MVPs participate in intense technical sessions on the Microsoft Campus during the MVP Global Summit, 32 MVPs will present sessions at the Midwest Management Summit (MMS) November 10-12. The three-day conference is focused on providing solutions to...
  • Blog Post: PowerShell and SQL Stored Procedure

    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 Lync MVP Desmond Lee which is the 45 th in the series. PowerShell and SQL Stored Procedure PowerShell is the window to managing...
  • Blog Post: Visualizing Your SharePoint Farm with PowerShell

    The following post was written PowerShell MVP Nik Charlebois Introduction How often have you wished that you could easily press a button and get an exact picture of all the servers in your SharePoint farm? I know this came up a few time in my career as a SharePoint administrator. Today is the day...
  • Blog Post: Package Management for PowerShell Modules with PowerShellGet

    The following post was written PowerShell MVP Kirk Munro Windows PowerShell has developed a great reputation for itself, not only from the capabilities of the product, but from the strength of the community that has grown around the product. As a PowerShell MVP and long-time member of that community...
  • Blog Post: Friday Five - September 5th, 2014

    1. PoC: Tatoo the background of your virtual machines by Emin Atac – PowerShell MVP 2. Completing Real Estate Transactions with OneDrive and OneNote By Corey Roth – SharePoint MVP 3. PowerShell Prank #1: R2D2 By Joseph Moody – Software Packaging and Deployment MVP ...
  • Blog Post: Friday Five - September 5, 2014

    1. PoC: Tatoo the background of your virtual machines by Emin Atac – PowerShell MVP 2. Completing Real Estate Transactions with OneDrive and OneNote By Corey Roth – SharePoint MVP 3. PowerShell Prank #1: R2D2 By Joseph Moody – Software Packaging and Deployment MVP ...
  • Blog Post: Friday Five - August 29, 2014

    1. Enabling New Columns in Remote Access Management Console By Enterprise Security MVP Jordan Krause 2. SCOM 2012 Daily Health Check Script By System Center MVP Scott Moss 3. More New Stuff in PowerShell V5: Extra PowerShell Auditing By PowerShell MVP Boe Prox 4. Content Types Workflows...
  • Blog Post: Friday Five - July 18, 2014

    1. Getting Started with xUnit for Xamarin By Windows Platform Development MVP Oron Novotny 2. Windows boot time, explored in Powershell By PowerShell MVP Carlo Mancini 3. Day 25: Personalizing Notifications By ASP.NET MVP James Chambers 4. Visual Studio/TFS 2013 Update 3–Release...
  • Blog Post: Friday Five - May 30, 2014

    1. Mitchel Sellers – Visual C#  MVP">Improving Web Application Performance - Part Two Users & Environment By Mitchel Sellers – Visual C# MVP 2. Protect a program from SQL injection attacks in C# By Rod Stephens – Visual C# MVP 3. Quick Hits: List All Available...
  • Blog Post: PowerShell Summit North America 2014

    "All in all, one of the great strengths of PowerShell are our MVP's." - Senior Programming Writer Ed Wilson "The shell is incredibly deep and complex, and general conferences just can't explore the nooks and crannies," said PowerShell MVP Don Jones . With new features in PowerShell v4...
  • Blog Post: Friday Five - December 13, 2013

    1. Dynamics CRM MVP Roohi Sheikh - Mobile Client for Dynamics CRM 2013 2. Powershell MVP Carlo Mancini - How to build a System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2012 R2 lab - part 6 3. Visual C# MVP Thomas Levesque - Uploading data with HttpClient using a "push" model 4. ASP.NET MVP James...
  • Blog Post: Friday Five-August 23, 2013

    1. Mastering everyday XML tasks in PowerShell By PowerShell MVP Tobias Weltner – @TobiasPSP 2. Getting Started With Mobility, Part 4: Windows Phone By Windows Azure MVP David Pallmann – @davidpallmann 3. Windows Phone App Studio – My First App By Visual Studio ALM MVP Jeff Bramwell – @jbramwell 4. Awesome...
  • Blog Post: Working with the new $PSItem automatic variable in Windows PowerShell 3.0

    Editor’s note: The following post was written by PowerShell MVP Jan Egil Ring Windows PowerShell has become a key skillset for IT Professionals, as we can see based on the massive amount of PowerShell support in the latest release of the Windows operating system. In this article, we are going...
  • Blog Post: MVP Monday: WindowsServer 2012 Human Friendly Core

      Editor’s Note:  In partnership with Microsoft Press, MVPs have been contributing to an ongoing guest series on their official team blog based on monthly themes. This month’s theme is Windows Server 2012.  Today’s article is from Directory Services MVP Michal Gajda which is the 19th in...
  • Blog Post: MVP Friday Five: May 18, 2012

    1. System Center 2012: Tighter integration between private cloud components By System Center Cloud and Datacenter Management MVP John Joyner | @john_joyner The article covers how to setup the integration between the components and how to manually implement PRO Tips for host groups. 2. Groups...
  • Blog Post: Talking Cloud Tuesday with PowerShell MVP Jan Egil Ring

    How long have you been an MVP? Since January 2011 How did you first start in community? I got started by using online forums, and later on started my own blog. Which technical community or communities are you most active in (where can people find you)? Provide links if necessary My blog...
  • Blog Post: French MVP Publishes WMI with PowerShell Tutorial

    French MVP Laurent Dardenne , recently published a 49 pages tutorial, explaining how to use WMI with PowerShell . Along with the tutorial, code samples are also available for download. Also, have a look at a number of other articles that he produced for Developpez.com community. Please note that Laurent...
  • Blog Post: Norwegian MVPs ‘Go Live’ For MSDN & TechNet Event!

      Three MVPs are featured speakers at Microsoft Norway’s MSDN & TechNet Live event! Silverlight MVP Einar Ingebrigtsen is featured in the MSDN Live track and is delivering two sessions, one on Silverlight 3 and another on Windows Presentation Foundation 4.0. The TechNet Live track brings PowerShell...
  • Blog Post: Russian MVP Snaps Up PowerGUI for Powershell!

    Russian MVP Dmitry Sotnikov has developed a user interface (UI) application for Microsoft PowerShell called PowerGUI . The UI application is built on top of Windows PowerShell and Dmitry’s application brings PowerShell to users who are more comfortable working with a graphical interface than compared...
  • Blog Post: TechDays - One Event. One Day. One World Developer Community

    Be a part of Microsoft history and join developers from all over the world for the first ever 24-hour day of technology learning. Participate in 95 live sessions anywhere, at anytime or on-demand at your convenience. The 24 hour event started on Tuesday, March 31 st in Redmond, Washington with more than...
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