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Azure Networking and Security
MSMQ is part of your business' IT plumbing which makes you the plumber and I'm your mate.
This is a dedicated blog for Microsoft Student Partners in Lebanon. You can find the recent activities, events, news and MSPs experiences with the program.
This is the official web log for the SQL Server engineering team – we focus on learning customer workloads running on SQL Server, integrating that feedback to enhance the product, and provide guidance on using SQL Server to solve customers' business challenges.
An online channel to share in-depth technical information about current and future product solutions within the Microsoft stack that impacts all IT Professionals in South Africa.
Dedicated to Exchange and Outlook development topics of all kinds
Real illiteracy is the inability to go beyond and be creative...
Muniesa – Cloud Consultant
Everything is Search
This blog reflects my insights on IT trends, technology and processes. Ideas expressed here are my own and does not reflect opinions of Microsoft.
I'm a software development engineer in Microsoft Office and have been working mostly on the RichEdit editor since 1994. In this blog I focus on mathematics in Office along with some posts on RichEdit and the early Windows days
"Corporate" Blog of Daniele Muscetta, Premier Field Engineer.
Musings about os development , assembly language , game development , compiler development , software testing and software engineering
jim blizzard's blog
Discussion about Voice, Cloud, Skype, Teams, and various other topics
Random musings of a Microsoft IT Pro Evangelist in Redmond, WA.
A blog for data, apis, and all things Power BI by Lukasz Pawlowski.
Anutthara Bharadwaj's notes on software development, Visual Studio and other random stuff
Independent Experts. Real World Answers.
A forum to discuss plans and activities associated with the MVP Global Summit.
Connecting with the Windows Server Customer Team
Ponderings of a Runtime Dev