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Microsoft MVP Award for 2013: SharePoint Server
My thanks to Microsoft for the Most Valuable Professional (MVP) Award for 2013 - 6th time in a row since 2008!  The award is based on SharePoint Server and working with the CTDOTNET/CTSPUG developer groups and also actively presenting and participating...
Microsoft MVP 2010 Award for Groove:Architecture (3rd time)
My thanks to Microsoft for the Most Valuable Professional (MVP) Award for 2010 - this is 3rd time in a row!  I have been active with the Groove and the CTDOTNET community for the past several years and it is always a pleasure to be helpful and work...
New Groove: SharePoint Workspace 2010 announcement makes my day!
Groove is getting a new name - SharePoint Workspace 2010. More info at the MSDN Groove Development blog post here… This is a major shift for Office Groove – having worked with it for a long time ( MVP Award and MSDN Developer Network postings ), this...
My projects gets published at the Microsoft Developer website
I had worked on a few development projects at Microsoft recently. Two projects are now published at the Microsoft Developer Network website - Coding Groove Web Services Applications with the Groove 2007 SDK (Part 1 of 2) Coding Groove Web Services Applications...
Microsoft MVP Award for Groove:Architecture
My thanks to Microsoft for the Most Valuable Professional (MVP) Award for 2009 - this is 2nd time in a row!  I have been very active with the Groove and the CTDOTNET community for the past several years and it is always a pleasure to be helpful and...
Groove for Developers (in Stereo)
I presented at the Western Mass .NET Users Group last Tuesday (Dec 2nd) and it went very well! This session gave an overview of Groove and showed it from a .NET developer’s perspective. The use of the Groove API – GWS (Web Services), CodePlex’s GWS wrapper...
Introducing Groove's first MVPs!
Some write-ups about the new Groove MVPs (self-included) :-)
Microsoft MVP Award for Groove
The New Year saw Microsoft bestowing upon me the Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award for Groove . Thanks! I have been working very actively with Groove and its community since its beta days (June '01) when Ray Ozzie was at its helm ( Microsoft acquired...
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