Interview with a Wiki Ninja and a .NET Dev Expert – Carmelo La Monica

Welcome to another interview with a Wiki Ninja! Today’s Ninja is a long-time MSDN collaborator and TechNet Wiki contributor, who has been involved in the MSDN/TechNet community since 2009! Carmelo La Monica Let’s look at Carmelo’s stats: 134 Wiki Articles! 542 Wiki Edits! 78,632 Recognition Points! 2,043 Forum Answers! 7,980 Forum Replies! 2,112 Helpful Forum…


Friday - Italian blog is up and running!

Welcome to a new edition of our Friday International Updates. One of the last Friday's post was from Ed Price, in which – among other things – he asked a question «Do we want an Italian Blog?»Today, we are delighted to announce not only a positive answer to that question, but the official startup of…

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Friday International Spotlight - BLOG UPDATES: Turkish is Back! Do we want an Italian Blog? Brazil continues strong!

International Blog Update!! That basically means the non-English blogs, since this is the English one. =^)   Turkish is Back! Turkish Wiki Ninjas Thanks to Erdem, we have a great new post…   Git ve TFVC ayni Takim Projesinde – Posted 12 days ago by   Erdem Avni SELÇUK, MCC, MVP Recent Achievements: New Blogger, Wiki Editor II,…

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Arduino due and Mobile Service read and display the data on phone.

Anteprima in Italiano. Siamo giunti al terzo articolo per quanto riguarda l'interazione Arduino – windows Phone, partendo da un introduzione allo sviluppo con Arduino Due, una scheda generalmente ideata per la prototipazione e la realizzazione di circuiti per Internet Of Thinghs e molto altro, siamo partiti dai requisiti Hardware della scheda, installato tutte le librerie…


Friday - Italian Wiki Ninjas Community Update

Hi everyone, I'm Emiliano Musso and, for my first blog post, today we will see some news about the Italian Wiki Ninjas Community.   It's now been a year since the post written by Luigi Bruno, in which he presented the Italian Facebook group (please refer to: International Spotlight – Introducing the Italian Wiki Ninjas…

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International Spotlight - Introducing the Italian Wiki Ninjas Facebook group!

Hello Wiki Ninjas! Today I want to introduce you the Italian TechNet Wiki Ninjas Facebook Group. https://www.facebook.com/groups/TechNetWikiNinjasIT/ The community of all the Italian wikiers started working more than a year ago: a post on both the Italian MSDN and TechNet Forums made the Italian community aware of the existence of the TechNet Wiki and of…

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Friday with International Community Update - Lists of Wiki Articles in Italian and French

In the TechNet Wiki International Council meeting this week, we discussed the progress of the top 10 non-English languages on TechNet Wiki… Portuguese – Represented by Luciano and Luiz Turkish – Currently by Gokan Spanish – By LeoPonti Persian/Farsi – By Patris Russian – By Dmitri and Denis Japanese – By Tomoaki Italian – By…

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Stack Ranking the Languages on TechNet Wiki

This week we have a bonus international post. Here’s an interesting table from Yottun that lists the amount of articles per language on TechNet Wiki. Yottun’s Profile   This table also lists the country name next to each language. What’s the one language that is the same word as the country it’s from? (See the answer…

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TechNet Wiki Translation Challenge!!! Who won the Round 2 battle??? Was it Portuguese, German, French, Japanese, Italian, Spanish, or Norwegian?

This is Friday! You know what that means, right? Time for an International Update! In 4 weeks, 18 people translated 267 Wiki articles (mostly from English) into 8 languages: Portuguese (69 articles from 6 people) German (48 articles) Spanish (45 articles) Norwegian (40 articles) Italian (25 articles) Japanese (18 articles) French (14 articles) Russian (7 articles)…


To Learn and Translate

Hello Wiki Ninjas! Luigi Bruno is here today for another appointment to share some brief thoughts about the Wiki’s world with you. Let’s go!   Learning by Wiki-ing At the beginning of February, I’ve started a new “job adventure”: learning SharePoint 2010. I’ve to admit that I’ve always asked myself what SharePoint was and how it…

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