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  • Blog Post: MVPs’ Windows Phone 7 App Wins Top Honors—and Helps Ease Public Commute in Sydney

    Windows Live MVPs Bronwen Zande and John O’Brien recently took top honors for their Windows Phone 7 application when it showcased at Tech Ed Australia—which won the pair a trip to BUILD! Transhub offers Sydney Public Transport commuters a fast and personalized application for finding the...
  • Blog Post: MVP Releases Windows Live Essentials & Services Book

    MVP Brad Jones with Marcus Schmidt recently released a new book entitled “Windows Live Essentials and Services: Using Free Microsoft Applications for Windows 7”. The book is a full-colour, step-by-step guide for using Microsoft's new Windows Live Essentials series of free applications. Step-by-step instructions...
  • Blog Post: MVP Writes ‘How To’ Guide For Live Writer Plugins

    Scott Lovegrove is a Windows Live MVP. He is one of the main writers for LiveSide.net , a community website dedicated to Windows Live. Scott has written a number of popular plugins for Windows Live Writer, and can often be found in the Live Writer Support forum, for both general support and the developer...
  • Blog Post: Aussie MVPs Rock ReMix Australia!

        Welcome to ReMix Australia! Five Australian MVPs, delivered sessions in early June reaching out to approximately 300 delegates.  This year’s event had two streams, Technical and Designer, and the total audience of 600 was evenly split between the two tracks on the day. Other MVPs...
  • Blog Post: MVPs Jump Start The World!

    Two Australian MVPs were recently engaged to deliver Live Services Jump Start training around the world! MVP Dr Neil Roodyn (Live Platform MVP) and MVP James McCutcheon (Mobile Devices MVP) delivered Windows Live Jump Start training to audiences around the world. Jump Start sessions took place in Berlin...
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