MVPs showcase Technology Community prowess at DevCon 2011

Developer Conference 2011 is the premier technical event for technical professionals at Hyderabad interested in learning, connecting and exploring Microsoft technologies. The event is organised and managed by the volunteers of the Microsoft User Group, Hyderabad. MVPs lead the way with  This highly anticipated event was organized on 1st October 2011 at Microsoft India Development Center, Hyderabad…


Learn Office 365 in Depth from the People who Built it

  Join us for an exclusive webcast series on Office 365 – latest cloud offering from Microsoft. In the series, our experts will start with the basic capabilities of this unique cloud offering and will give you details on how you can make most out of the Office 365 deployment in your organization. This webcast…


Introducing the MVP Awardees – October 2011

The high point for us in the MVP Program is when we grow our tribe and are able recognise the community leaders who have been active for the past year. And today is another of those high points. We are very happy to introduce the new MVP Awardees for October 2011 as follows: Name Technology…

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Getting the MVP Program Updates on the Go

Microsoft MVP Program is a reflection of what happens in the Microsoft communities. The communities are a reflection of the passion of people around a subject. The updates from the MVP Program truly reflect the pulse of people. Whether you are an existing MVP, MVP Alumni or someone who is aspiring to be an MVP…

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Welcoming the new Community Leaders as MVPs–July 2011

Microsoft Most Valuable Professional Award (MVP) represents the best professionals in the Microsoft technology. They distinguish themselves by being team players who rise above their daily professional chores to support the community. With their support to the community, these professionals are the fountain of knowledge for their peers and the most desired assets for their…

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WMI and PowerShell Goodness by MVP

Ravikanth Chaganti, a Windows PowerShell MVP from Bangalore, India, has authored an ebook – WMI Query Language via PowerShell – which has been very popular, and is available as a free download. The ebook has 9 chapters (56 pages of WMI and PowerShell goodness) and here is the high-level content outline: Introduction Tools for the…

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Revisiting C#–MVP publishes a free ebook

Anoop Madhusudnan, a Client App Development MVP from India, has collated some of his comprehensive and popular blog posts on C#, and published an ebook – Revisiting C#. This book is intended to be a value adding reading material for beginner to intermediate C# programmers. It may also be used for accelerating the learning about…


Internals of C# Language: A deep dive by an MVP

Abhishek Sur, the Client App Development MVP from Kolkata, India, has authored a series of posts on his blog delving deep into internals of C# ad ADO.NET. Check out these very useful posts, and share them with your communities. Internals of LINQ Internals of Events Internals of Anonymous Method Internals of Exception Handling Internals of…

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Windows Azure Camps – For the Community, By the Community

The Microsoft user groups and MVPs across several cities in India are hosting Windows Azure Camp – a 1-day deep dive session designed to help you speed up on developing for Windows Azure. The Windows Azure platform is a flexible cloud-computing platform that lets your customers focus on solving their business problems. City Date Chennai…

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New MVPs Announced – April 2011

Microsoft MVPs are awarded every quarter and recognize the contributions of an individual to technical communities over the past year. To know more about the MVP Program, please visit: http://www.microsoft.com/india/mvp We are extremely happy to welcome the following new MVPs amongst our midst for this quarter: Sunil Kumar Singh Project Ahsan Murshed ASP.NET Gouri Subodh…

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