I’m a Windows 7 PC – Windows 7 Theme From an MVP

Windows 7 has set new definition of Personalization. Windows Desktop Experience MVP from Pilani, Rajasthan – Ramesh Kumar, who authors a popular Windows blog, codes up useful Windows utilities, and contributes to online forums couldn’t escape the temptation. Ramesh has released a Windows 7 Theme pack – I’m Windows 7 PC. It is combination of…

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MVP brings Computing to a Local Language

Ravishankar Shrivastava, a Windows Desktop Experience MVP, has won the Manthan 2009 Award – a prestigious IT sector award from Digital Empowerment Foundation and Department of IT, Government of India. Chhattisgarhi KDE 4.2 Program Suite is a localization project aimed to remove digital divide from native Chhattisgarhi speaking people of Chhattisgarh state in India. More…

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MVP Gets Your Programming Skills to the Top Tier

Joydip Kanjilal, an ASP.NET MVP from India and an author of four books as yet, has just got his next book published. ASP.NET 4.0 Programming, published by McGraw-Hill Osborne Media, promises to make you design and implement faster, lighter, and more efficient distributed applications using the powerful technologies and tools available in ASP.NET 4.0 and…

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MVPs Make Way to Unify Unified Communications Space

Exchange Server MVPs from India – Nitin Gupta and Amit Tank – have founded Microsoft Unified Communication User Group – India, an independent group focused on encouraging communication between IT Professionals motivated by self-interest in Microsoft Unified Communication products like Exchange Server, Office Communication Server (OCS), and SharePoint Server. The user group is designed as…

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MVPs Speak Your Language

The 1st edition of Virtual TechDays: REGIONAL event was held on 3-4 December, 2009. For the first time in the history of VTD, the event was conducted in four languages – Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, and Malayalam – based on the maximum feedback received on a particular language from the community. The event was a great…

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MVPs help to Repair and Fix Windows 7

The popular Windows portal by Windows Desktop Experience MVP in Pune, India -  Anand Khanse  – The Windows Club is not only a destination for news and information, but also handy utilities which they keep churning out frequently. Another Windows Desktop Experience MVP from Pilani, India, Ramesh Kumar is a portal loyalist and an active…

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Open-Source Snippets by MVPs

Bursting the popular myth that Microsoft MVPs or .NET developers are anti open-source principles, for this weekend we dig two useful code-snippets/applications developed by MVPs, made available with source code, true to the principles of open-source. Cheers! Convert/Display PDF & Word Files as Images in .NET Dark – Switch off Monitor using .net Big props…

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MVP Wants to Save Lives, Being a Cloud Developer

Niraj Bhatt, a Connected System Developer MVP, participated in the Cloud App Contest by Microsoft, and won himself a Windows 7 laptop for submitting the best solution in the .NET category for the professional developer audience. As Niraj explains on his blog, the interesting application, created on Windows Azure Platform is EmergencyBloodBank. The two driving…

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How to be a Project Management Ninja on Excel

Purnachandra Duggirala, and Excel MVP from India, shares Excel and Charting tips on his popular blog – Pointy Haired Dilbert – since 2007, and today has over 300 articles and tutorials on using Microsoft Office Excel effectively and making better charts. Chandoo, as his readers now him as, has authored a six part series on…

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Azure – MVPs Ride The Clouds

It’s a cloudy day here in New Delhi, India, but we preferred to skip the usual package of hot cup of tea and munchies for the weekend, and dig nice posts from our MVPs talking about cloud. No not in a poetic way, but in an Azure way – Tips, how-tos, and tour! After all,…

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