• Trust MVP for Cyber Security

    Pavan Kumar Paruchuri , a Consumer Security MVP from India and author of a popular cyber security portal – www.9-zone.com , has authored an eBook on cyber security and privacy control which also includes Windows 7 security enhancements. The exhaustive...
  • Going Virtual on Windows 7

    Windows Desktop Experience MVP from Mumbai, India – Manan Kakkar ,  has authored a comprehensive guide to using VHDs, Windows Virtual PC, Windows XP Mode and ISOs on Windows 7 on his blog. Part 1: Enabling Hardware Virtualization Part 2: Windows...
  • PowerPoint MVP from India Featured on The Office Blog

    In the Microsoft MVP conference interview series on The Office Blog, PowerPoint MVP Geetesh Bajaj from India describes a new feature in PowerPoint 2010 that has been long requested by customers: the ability to turn your slides into a video . Using his...
  • Silverlight/Windows Phone 7 client for Nerd Dinner

    Anoop Madhusudanan , a Client App Development MVP from India, has created a Silverlight client for Scott Hanselman's Nerd dinner. The application pulls Dinners and RSVPs from Nerd Dinner website over the oData endpoint, and show them via the Bing maps...
  • MVPs At the Launch of Visual Studio 2010

    Visual Studio 2010 was launched by Senior Vice President, Developer Division, Microsoft - S. Somasegar at the recently concluded Microsoft TechEd India 2010.
  • ASP.NET Starter Kit By An MVP

    Mohammad Ashraful Alam , an ASP.NET MVP from Bangladesh, has had his ASP.NET starter kit - Employee Info Starter Kit – featured on the official ASP.NET site and on MSDN Code Gallery on several occasions. The open source project has been updated to be...
  • New MVPs Announced – April 2010

    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...