MVP Helps You Learn ADO.NET Entity Framework

The ADO.NET Entity Framework is an Object/Relational mapping framework and is a set of technologies in ADO.NET, for developing applications that interacts with data. Suprotim Agarwal, an ASP.NET MVP from India, has authored a series on Entity Framework 4.0 on his popular developer portal – dotnetcurry.com   Entity Framework 4.0 FAQ – Getting Started Guide…

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Pan-India SQL Server Sessions by SQLServerGeeks.com

SQLServerGreeks is a dynamic community founded by SQL Server MVP from India – Amit Bansal, and is supported by several community associations like UGSS, GITCA, and INETA. Sarabpreet Singh and Girija Acharya are Regional Mentors for Delhi NCR and Mumbai respectively. The community regularly conducts SQL events in several cities in India. In November –…

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MVP Digs Deep into Windows Phone 7 Development

  Renuka Prasad, an Expression Blend MVP from India, got blessed with two things earlier this year – A beautiful baby and the Windows Phone 7 developer tools few months before that. Those two are the only things on his mind all the time! He’s authored two comprehensive articles on the popular portal, CodeProject. Toast…

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Seeding Community in Smaller Cities

After Rahul Nathan’s efforts in Mandya and Mysore region of Karnataka with MY-TUG (MandYa/MYsore Technology User Group), another MVP – Vasu Jain – is helping build community in his home town, Meerut. On October 30, 2010, he organized a Windows Phone 7 Preview event targeted both at consumers and hobbyist developers (Meerut has a huge…

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MVP by Day; Serial Author by Night!

Joydip Kanjilal, the ASP.NET MVP from India, can easily be called a serial author. With several popular .NET books to his credit, his latest – Visual Studio 2010 and .NET 4 Six-in-One – has just been published by Wrox. This hands-on guide, written with the experienced .NET developer in mind, is broken into six parts…


MVP Co-authors System Analysis and Design book With His Brother

Vivek Thangaswamy, an MVP from India, has co-authored System Analysis and Design with his brother Arun Thangaswamy, published by LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing. This is Vivek’s second published book. Every organization requires Information system to excel and survive in this highly competitive world. This highly complex and sophisticated Information system is build with the help…


MVP Authors Microsoft eLearning Resource

Microsoft has released a two-hour course – Introduction to Microsoft Visual Studio Test Professional 2010 – via Microsoft Learning, which has been authored by an MVP and a popular Visual Studio trainer from India – Subodh Sohoni. This two-hour course provides an overview of the features and tools that are part of Visual Studio Test…


An Assortment of Windows Live Tips

Abhishek Bhatnagar, the new Windows Desktop Experience MVP from India, has authored several tips and tricks articles on Hotmail, Windows Live Messenger, Photo Gallery, etc. as Microsoft announced the latest version of Windows Live suite – Windows Live Essentials 2011. Windows Live Messenger Windows Live Writer Windows Live Hotmail Windows Live Sync Windows Live Photo…

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SQl Server Quiz Marathon by MVPs

Through the entire month of October, several SQL Server MVPs from India are running a daily quiz – one question each for 31days. These questions will generate considerable discussion around several unknown areas of SQL Server and will serve as a good resource for learning SQL Server. Along with international experts, Indian MVPs Pinal Dave,…

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New MVPs Announced–October 2010

Microsoft MVPs are awarded every quarter and recognize the contributions of an individual to technical communities over the past year. We are extremely happy to welcome the following new MVPs amongst our midst for this quarter: VenkataRaviKumar Pidikiti Directory Services Rajendra Dewani Commerce Server Omkarnath Phatak Visual Basic Ashish Khandelwal Visual C# Kamlesh Rao SharePoint…

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