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  • Blog Post: Windows 8 /8.1 ApplicationDataContainers and VB

    Editor’s note: The following post was written by Visual Basic MVP Ockert Johannes du Preez Windows 8 /8.1 ApplicationDataContainers and VB Storing little pieces of information is pivotal to any program. The trick however is: knowing what tools are at your disposal in such cases. Many a programmer...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2013 Navigate To Improvements

    Editor's Note: The following post was written by Visual Basic MVP Deborah Kurata Visual Studio 2013 Navigate To Improvements The Navigate To (or Ctrl+Comma) feature provides search-as-you-type support for code files, full file paths, and symbol names such as class names and member names. This feature...
  • Blog Post: Friday Five-August 2, 2013

    1. TFS 2013 Preview: Part 3 of X - Installing TFS 2013 Preview By Visual Studio ALM MVP Mickey Gousset – @mickey_gousset 2. Creating a Database Project From a Database By Visual Basic MVP Deborah Kurata– @DeborahKurata 3. Extending TFS Work Items Using a web page and the WebpageControl By Visual Studio...
  • Blog Post: Friday Five-July 19, 2013

    1. Resize a RichTextBox to fit its contents in C# By Visual Basic MVP Rod Stephens 2. ADFS 2.1 Mex Endpoint Errors with CRM 2011 & Windows Server 2012. Here's your fix. By CRM MVP Christopher Cognetta – @ccognetta 3. Python Tools for Visual Studio 2 By Windows Azure MVP Jan Hentschel – @Horizon_Net...
  • Blog Post: Friday Five-June 21, 2013

    1. DirectAccess on the Microsoft Surface Pro By Forefront MVP Richard Hicks – @richardhicks 2. The Accidental DBA (Day 15 of 30): Statistics Maintenance By SQL Server MVP Kimberly Tripp – @KimberlyLTripp 3. How to Vibrate your WP programmatically? By Silverlight MVP Kunal Chowdhurry – @kunal2383 4. Make...
  • Blog Post: Friday Five - March 29, 2013

    1. ASP.NET 4.5 Web Forms Features - Strongly-Typed Data Controls By Silverlight MVP Dan Wahlin – @ DanWahlin 2. [Win8] The cached file updater contract or how to make more useful the File Save Picker contract By Client App Dev Jonathan Antoine – @ jmix90 3. Connect a Test Controller to Team Foundation...
  • Blog Post: Friday Five - January 18, 2013

    1. Easily make owner-drawn ComboBoxes display with images and text in C# By Visual Basic MVP Rod Stephens – @CSharpHelper 2. Table Storage 2.0 – Queries By Windows Azure MVP Tyler Doerksen - @tyler_gd 3. Provisioning the Work Management Service Application By SharePoint MVP Sean Wallbridge - @itgroove...
  • Blog Post: MVPs Comment on BUILD 2012

    The 2012 BUILD conference is underway on the Microsoft campus in Redmond, WA. BUILD, which is Microsoft’s highly anticipated conference for developers, runs through November 2. MVPs have been tweeting, posting and blogging about the conference, here’s what MVPs Dave Noderer and Maarten van...
  • Blog Post: Friday Five–September 28, 2012

    1. Use Windows Forms Controls to Make Multiple Stacked Expanders in C# By Visual Basic MVP Rod Stephens 2. How to Set Up Hyper-V Replica for Small Businesses By Small Business Server MVP Boon Tee 3. Location Awareness in about 2 Minutes with Windows 8–HTML By Silverlight MVP Michael Crump – @ mbcrump...
  • Blog Post: Friday Five–August 31, 2012

    1. PPT 2013 - Resume Viewing When Reopening Presentation By Powerpoint MVP Troy Chollar  2. Convert C# to VB or Vice Versa with Visual Studio 2012 By Visual Basic MVP Deborah Kurata 3. Expression Web Default Site Templates By Expression Web MVP Patricia Geary 4. Adding Team Favorites to Team Foundation...
  • Blog Post: Friday Five: May 4, 2012

    May the 4th be with you! This week's post cover everything from Outlook and Forefront to Big Data and C++. Enjoy! Big Data: The Billable Project Angle By Visual Basic MVP Andrew Brust | @andrewbrust Tellago CEO Jesus Rodriguez discusses the consulting project opportunities in Big Data and...
  • Blog Post: Talking Cloud Tuesday with Visual Basic MVP Alessandro Del Sole

    How long have you been an MVP? Since July 2008 How did you first start in community? I started in 2000 as a community user, and then I began writing articles in 2002. After that, I became a forum answerer, author of books, speaker and so on. Which technical community or communities...
  • Blog Post: MVP Mark Dunn Highlights the MVP Award Program

    Seven-year MVP veteran Mark Dunn was recently interviewed on Atlanta Business Radio in Atlanta, Georgia. Mark spoke about his experience with the MVP Award Program and provided listeners with a high level view of who MVPs are and how they impact the community. Dunn started out as a programmer and...
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