Warner Chaves is a SQL Server Certified Master and SQL Server Principal Consultant at Pythian, a global Canada-based company specialized in DBA services. He is a first-time SQL Server MVP awardee (2015). Warner, please tell us a little of your background: employment, training, your first PC, etc. My first contact with a PC was a […]
Eric Legault has spent most of the past 18 years working independently and with various Microsoft Certified Partners and ISVs building solutions based on Microsoft’s Messaging & Collaboration platform. He has been an Outlook Developer MVP since 2003, and has achieved certifications as an MCDBA and MCTS (SharePoint). Currently, Eric is a Product Manager for […]
It is my pleasure to introduce Patrick Barker, who just received his first Microsoft MVP award (Windows Expert – Consumer) in July 2014. This represents the first time I have ever interviewed a ‘fresh’ MVP. As a young person, I was interested in his responses as one who grew up with computer technology, not typewriters, adding machines and punch cards like me!
I would like to introduce John Carrona, a Microsoft Windows Expert-Consumer MVP. John has been an MVP since 2006 and is very active in online support communities. As a fellow member of the Sysnative Microsoft support forums, I asked him if he wouldn’t mind being featured here as part of the ongoing WindowsTalk MVP Interview series.
Richard Hay is a Microsoft Windows Expert (Consumer) MVP and now that Windows 7 has been out for about 18 months now (it was released in late October 2009), I sent him some questions to get his take on Windows 7 in the community and the challenges of running a Windows website. Q: Richard, I find that […]
Corrine Chorney is a Microsoft Consumer Security MVP and I asked her to answer a few questions about the state of home PC security. You can see her complete MVP profile here and you can scroll to the end of this article for more information about her website as well as her social networking links. […]