Dynamics AX MVP builds a Configuration Launcher

Arijit Basu, a Dynamics AX MVP from Kolkata, India, has often seen that it becomes difficult to manage AX Configurations in an implementation. To relieve this pain in one of his implementations, he came up with an AX Configuration Launcher which can be installed on each user’s machine. The launcher creates two local folders, one…


Speaking and Signing at PASS 2009 Summit

Jacob Sebastin, a SQL Server MVP from India, was a speaker at PASS 2009 Summit, where he spoke on Creating XML Schema Collections. Jacob’s attendee ribbons, based on attendees’ achievement, involvement and responsibilities with PASS, were a sight for sure! As he mentions in his event summary, he was excited to be presenting at the…


Four posts to welcome Silverlight 4

At the recently concluded Microsoft PDC09, Scott Guthrie announced and showcased Silverlight 4. While it earned all the wows from the attendees, for this weekend, we dig four of many awesome posts on Silverlight by the MVPs. Silverlight 3 DataGrid Bing Maps Silverlight Control Leverage content editor web part to render Silverlight application Create a…


AppCompat – An MVP helps you to be a Windows 7 Ninja

Vijay Raj, a Setup & Deployment MVP from Bangalore, India, authors a popular blog on Software Development & Deployment at http://www.MSIGeek.com. To aid migration to Windows 7, Vijay has authored a 5-part series on Windows 7 Application Compatibility. AppCompat is one stop point whenever someone wants to move to a new operating system (in this…

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MVPs help realize The New Efficiency

  The 7th edition of Virtual TechDays held from November 11 – 13, 2009, was a grand success, also marking the launch of The New Efficiency campaign.   Along with Microsoft folks and industry speakers, six MVPs conducted sessions in diverse technologies, and were rated great in the audience feedback. All feedback ratings are based…

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Webcast: Language Computing

Vijay K. Malhotra, a senior Windows Desktop Experience MVP, hosted a session on Indic language computing on the occasion of Hindi Diwas in September 2009. To carry the enthusiasm, we come back with another webcast talking about language computing scenarios in Indic languages. This time he will try to cover the origin and process of…


10 posts on Office 2010

Previously: 7 posts on Windows 7 Office 2010 beta is coming soon, as evident with the recent launch of the new beta portal this week – http://officebeta.microsoft.com, and trust MVPs for getting all excited for anything with subtext of ‘coming soon’. So, for this weekend, we pick 10 of their articles, blog posts, and interviews…

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Indian MVP brings his popular theme to Windows 7

AeroVG theme is one of the most popular themes available for Windows Vista. It provides excellent transparency in Taskbar, Start Menu, Explorer, etc. and also changes lots of visual things like Menu bar, Address bar, Progress bar, and much more. The theme was developed by Vishal Gupta, a Windows Desktop Experience MVP from India. After…


7 posts on Windows 7

Windows 7 is here, there, and everywhere. And so for the weekend, we pick seven fine posts from MVP blogs where they share tips, tricks, and how-tos for Windows 7. Moving To Windows 7? Why should I move to Windows 7? Master Tutorial to Make Your Windows 7 Super Fast How to Diagnose Memory Problems…


The MVPs like to Party

To celebrate the launch of Windows 7, and to meet other Windows enthusiasts in their cities, several MVPs in India have collaborated with popular Windows portal (also run by few MVPs in India) – MeraWindows – and hosted launch parties in ten cities across India and also Dhaka, Bangladesh for the end-user community at large….