• An MVP Can fix it

    A post by Anand Khanse, a Windows Desktop Experience MVP from India - Troubleshooting Windows Vista Search & Indexing Errors has been automated into a Fix it MSI package . It is also being recognized as the First MVP Fix It. This Fix it Solution automates...
  • Bill Gates’ Own Boys

    Mathrubhumi, a leading Malayalam newspaper, published a feature on MVPs hailing from Kerala, the southern India state.     The feature said that for the average Malayalee, Microsoft means Bill Gates, and the MVPs would be ‘Bill Gates’ own boys...
  • Roundtable with S.Somasegar

    S.Somasegar is Senior Vice President of the Developer Division at Microsoft. He joined Microsoft in 1989, and worked on eight different operating system releases before heading up the Developer Division. He leads the teams responsible for providing tools...
  • The Art of XSD – available as free download

    Jacob Sebastian, a SQL Server MVP from Ahmedabad, India has just got his book published - The Art of XSD - SQL Server XML Schema Collections . What’s remarkable is that he’s managed to make the eBook available as a free download for all. A print and Kindle...
  • Let there be Light… Silverlight!

    Vikram Pendse, an ASP.NET MVP from Pune, India, is a self-confessed Silverlight enthusiast. Though he blogs about all things .NET on his blog, Explore .NET with Vikram Pendse , he went into a Silverlight overdrive after Silverlight 3 Beta was unveiled...
  • India’s Own Bootcamp: Windows 7 Day

    On Saturday, 18th April 2009, several User Groups in India would host Windows 7 bootcamp event. Windows 7 Beta is attracting a lot of buzz recently, and here is your chance to dive in the same. Attend the one-day workshop to gear up on all the necessary...
  • Windows 7 Schwag!

    Windows 7’s beta release has been fascinating, and the early adopters have been pleasantly surprised. It’s great to know that apart from the product team at Microsoft, kudos should also be given to members of community who contribute in so many ways....
  • New MVPs Announced – Q3 (April) 2009

    It’s wonderful to have more community leaders and technology experts as Microsoft MVPs. Microsoft MVPs are announced every quarter, though the award is valid for an year, given for the contributions of the individual to technical communities over the...
  • A Journey of Discovery

    Windows Desktop Experience MVP from Nepal, Allen B. Tuladhar with Microsoft MDP Nepal, organized a two-day blogging workshop - A Journey of Discovery on March 22 - 23, 2009 in Kathmandu, Nepal. Allen presented on Windows Azure to educate the audience...
  • Reminder: Take a Step Towards Recognition

    As announced before on this blog , The Microsoft MVP Award Program invites technical community leaders in India to nominate themselves for the award. Register Now! Last date for MVP Award Nominations is April 18, 2009. For more information...
  • Getting the maximum out of Microsoft Office

    Dr. Nitin Paranjape, Founder and CEO of MaxOffice, is an MVP in Microsoft Office System, and shares a passion and specialization in business productivity. He has conducted 1000+ seminars and coached over 45000 professionals worldwide. Manmeet Chaudhari...
  • BITPro’s Community TechDay 2009

      BITPro , the Bangalore IT Pro User Group, organized BITPro CTD 2009, on March 14, 2009. The event saw a huge attendance of 166 people. The keynote was delivered by Kaliyan Selvaraj , an MVP from Bangalore and the UG lead for BITPro, and followed...
  • Gandhinagar SQL Server User Group Launched by an MVP

    Pinal Dave, a SQL Server MVP from Gujarat in India, has founded the Gandhinagar SQL Server User Group with a successful launch event last month. The event was well-attended and received positive response from over 50 database enthusiasts. At the event...