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    Who are you, where are you, and what do you do? We are the Curah! international team, located in Redmond and around the world, in Latin America, Europe, East Asia and Russia. This gives us the opportunity to work with communities around the world. What are your big projects right now? There...
  • Blog Post: Interview with a Visual C# MVP Wiki Ninja - Sara Silva

    Welcome to our Monday interview with a Wiki Ninja ! This year I already had the pleasure to present to you a Portuguese Wiki Ninja: João Eduardo Sousa , and previously in 2013 : André Lage . In my struggle to encourage and promote the Portuguese community to be more present and more...
  • Blog Post: Interview with a BizTalk Wiki Ninja: Tomasso Groenendijk

    Welcome to our Monday interview with a Wiki Ninja ! Today's the interview will be with Tomasso Groenendijk . I personally met Tomasso this year during the BizTalk Integration Summit in London and he is a strong BizTalk community member that in the last few months have contributed with several...
  • Blog Post: From Cloud and Enterprise International Content Team : Round of Applause to the TAT team!

    Hello WikiNinjas, I want to share today a blog post written by Sara Nicolini written for the TAT team. Bruno Lewin and Sara Nicolini asked us if we could help MSDN to translate some machine translations to Human translations. Here is the quote from her blog post: Over the last few months...
  • Blog Post: Interview with a BizTalk Pro and TechNet Wiki Contributor: Colin Meade

    Interview with a BizTalk Pro and Wiki Ninja: Colin Meade We're continuing our Monday series, " Monday - Community Interview ". Today it is Colin Meade a fellow BizTalk professional, who I met a few times in London during the BizTalk Integration Summits and UK Connected User Group meetings...
  • Blog Post: TechNet Wiki Community Council Spotlight: Five ways to energize and organize a technical community

    Are you a community lead or SME and are you looking for ways to energize your community? Maybe you are new to a leadership role, or maybe you want to take the community to the next level. Do you consume and/or publish TechNet Wiki articles or blog posts? If not, one of the best ways to lead is by example...
  • Blog Post: Interview with a Wiki Ninja: João Eduardo Sousa

    Welcome to our Monday interview with a Wiki Ninja ! One thing I'm trying to do this year is to promote and encourage the Portuguese community to be more present and contribute with more articles on TechNet Wiki, whether they be in English or Portuguese, and today interview is with one Portuguese...
  • Blog Post: Interview with a Wiki Ninja: Lex Hegt

    Welcome to our Monday interview with a Wiki Ninja ! Today we're interviewing... Lex Hegt . Besides being my friend Lex is the founder of the BizTalk Events website that tries to give you an overview in the worldwide organized BizTalk related events. Who are you, where are you, and what...
  • Blog Post: TNWiki Article Spotlight - Windows Azure Service Bus Resources

    Windows Azure is a platform containing many services. For instance the Windows Azure Service Bus , which has been one of the first services offered through Windows Azure. It went under the name BizTalk Services first before it was rebranded to .NET Services, subsequently AppFabric Service bus to its...
  • Blog Post: Interview with a Wiki Ninja - Benoît Jester, a New French Contributor !!

    Hello! Welcome to another Interview with a new Wiki Ninja! Today's interview is with... Benoit Jester. So, why did I interview him? Because he is a great friend of mine and he is pushing articles in French on the WIKI (he will push more than 100 articles in one year, he promised me) So other communities...
  • Blog Post: Wiki Life: 5 Tips to make your Wiki article look better

    Since the TechNet Wiki is designed to be populated with data from many different people, there are a lot of layout and designs on the different articles. It seems like most people have their own way of doing things, and some even copy others and at least try to make things look similar. So that brings...
  • Blog Post: TechNet Wiki: BizTalk Server Deployment

    If you look at BizTalk Server from a certain viewpoint you can roughly divide it into three categories: deployment, development, and administration. This post will be on the first category, Deployment, and what has been contributed on TechNet Wiki so far by community members on this category. Now most...
  • Blog Post: Interview with a BizTalk Advisor Wiki Ninja!!! - Tord G. Nordahl

    We're continuing our Monday series, " Interview with a Wiki Ninja !" Today's ninja is Tord G. Nordahl! Tord G.Nordahl ( Profile ) Who are you and what do you do? I'm Tord Glad Nordahl, a young guy from Bergen, Norway. I am married and have a little girl (soon father of two). I'm currently...
  • Blog Post: Monday Interview with C# guru Filip Ekberg!

    Good monday! This has to be my favorite day of the week, a new fresh start and lots of work to be done within the next 5 days, this week however is not like a normal week, I have the week off from work to finish off some stuff in the house before my good friend Steef-Jan Wiggers arrives. However...
  • Blog Post: Interview with a SharePoint MVP – André Lage

    Welcome to our Monday interview with a Wiki Ninja ! Today we're interviewing... André Lage . For me it’s a great pleasure to interview and, in a way, present to you my friend and Portuguese SharePoint MVP André Lage (you can follow in through his personal blog ). He was referred...
  • Blog Post: BizTalk and TechNet Wiki: The Year 2012 in retrospective

    The year 2012 has almost come to an end. In my view it has been it a great year for us in the BizTalk community. This year the number of TechNet Wiki articles on BizTalk grew exponentially to over a hundred . Not only the number of articles increased also the number of contributors . My inspiration to...
  • Blog Post: Guardians of the BizTalk TechNet Wiki Articles

    Almost two years ago, November 2011, I started writing my first TechNet Wiki articles. The subjects were on BizTalk Server 2010 , BizTalk tooling , beginners guide , and the adapter pack . Immediately after my first releases of articles I was joined by Tord G. Nordahl and Sandro Pereira . Both like myself...
  • Blog Post: Wiki-Ninjas on Technology: BizTalk Server Part 2 Update

    Six months ago I wrote a post on Wiki-Ninjas on Technology: BizTalk Server . Now I like to give you an update of what has happen in the BizTalk space last six months. A lot has changed as the number of articles have increased from little of 40 to 100 today. The future roadmap of BizTalk has become more...
  • Blog Post: TNWiki Article Spotlight - Integration Product Options on the Microsoft Platform

    Integration of systems, applications and services can be done in various ways. If you look at the Microsoft stack you will find several technologies and products that enable you to build an integration solution. In such a solution you tie things together to support for instance a business process: process...
  • Blog Post: TNWiki, Community, and being an MVP: a marathon run!

    Currently I am in my third year in the MVP program. Still very focused on sharing my knowledge and experience with the community, interacting with the BizTalk Product Group and fellow Microsoft Integration MVP's. In my view is that the community, MVP's, MCC's and the Product Group need each other and...
  • Blog Post: Weekend Hunt !

    Hi everyone. Today I’am on the hunt ! (With my slingshot in my pocket and some beans – just kidding ) I just saw a new Microsoft’s title ( new is subjective as it’s new for me ). MTAC I saw that title from profile (like here or here ) My curiosity started to kick in...
  • Blog Post: Community Win: TechNet Wiki growing bigger and wider

    Welcome again to the Community Win series of the Technet WikiNinjas Blog! As many may be aware of, getting bigger is not good in all circumstances. However, when it comes to available content online, being loaded and fat is good. There are currently topics from programming in .Net , SharePoint , BizTalk...
  • Blog Post: Monday Interview with Peter Laker aka "XAML guy" the main character of the WikiNinjas

    We're continuing our Monday series, "Interview with a TechNet Wiki Author!" Today's author is XAML GUY . I actually don't need to explain who XAML guy is.. He is ...He is ... He is a Member of the TechNet Wiki Community Council He is a blogger on the Wiki Ninjas blog He is the owner of the...
  • Blog Post: Brothers in Wiki

    "Brothers in arms" is a pretty well know phrase or soundbite if you like. What is the actually meaning of this phrase? It means that men are fighting side by side. Like in World War Two in Europe or the Pacific the soldiers were eating, sleeping, training, fighting and dying together. It is like a close...
  • Blog Post: TNWiki Article Spotlight - BizTalk Server: Transform text files (Flat Files) into XML

    Welcome to our TNWiki Article Spotlight on Tuesday! A BizTalk developer will in his day to day job deal with many different formats. Many data interactions in the current industry still involve flat file formats, such as EDI, HL7, or custom formats that have been in operational use for quite a long...