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  • Windows 10, Office 365, Office 2016, Power BI, Azure, Windows 8.1, Office 2013, SharePoint 2016, SharePoint 2013, Dynamics CRM, PowerShell, Exchange Server, System Center, Cloud, SQL Server and more!

    FREE MICROSOFT BOOKS GIVEAWAY!

  • To keep up to date with all the technologies in SQL Server, the DBA or developer who wants to stay ahead is faced with the struggle of constant learning. With every new release, it seems that at least one entirely new application platform appears, alongside innumerable additions to, and improvement of, existing features. How do you keep up while avoiding information overload, unnecessary detours and dead-ends?

    The SQL Server Stairways is our solution to this problem. Designed to smooth out even the steepest learning curve, each Stairway is a SQL tutorial series focused on a single topic and is arranged into no more than a dozen easily-navigable tutorials that we call 'steps'. Each step is the length of a typical magazine tutorial, and emphasizes practical, hands-on learning, with just enough background theory to help you understand the topic at a deeper level.

    Using straightforward language and avoiding jargon and marketing babble, each Stairway tutorial series is designed to take you from zero knowledge of a particular SQL Server topic, to a level of practical understanding that will allow you to start using that feature in a production environment. The learning gradient is steady and manageable, but also brisk. You won't be wasting time.

    Our team of Stairway Editors, including Kalen Delaney and Brad McGehee, have selected technical topics that all SQL Server DBAs and developers can benefit from mastering, and have persuaded leading experts in those fields to author them.

  • Redgate offers a selection of free PDF downloads of some of their books at this address:
    http://www.red-gate.com/community/books/#sqldev
    Any book that has the "Free PDF download" link is available once you enter your name and email on the subsequent page.
    The books are grouped into the following categories:

    • SQL Dev
    • SQL DBA
    • .Net
    • SysAdmin
    • Professional Development
    • Mini Books


  • Day 1 Oracle Migration

    • Migration as a Business
    • Migration Bootcamp SQL Server 2016 is Enterprise Ready
    • Migration Bootcamp - Oracle and SQL Technical Comparison
    • Licensing
    • Migration Business Case Assessment
    • Migration Methodology
    • Program Support and Navigating Microsoft


    Day 2 Oracle Migration
    • Oracle Essentials Getting Started
    • Oracle Essentials Physical Architecture
    • Migration Fundamentals
    • Oracle Essentials Database Structures
    • Oracle Essentials Programming
    • Oracle Essentials Programming


    Day 3 Oracle Migration
    • Database Development and Schema Conversion
    • Oracle Essentials Performance
    • Oracle Essentials High Availability and Disaster Recovery
    • Data Synchronization
    • SSIS Architecture and concepts
    • Data - EyeChart


     Day 4 Oracle Migration
    • Application Patterns - Case Studies
    • Application Patterns - Application Layers
    • Performance Proofing in SQL Server
    • Performance Tuning in SQL Server (Part 1)
    • Performance Proofing in SQL Server (Part 2)


    Labs
    • Lab 1 Oracle Essentials
    • Lab 2 Migration Fundamentals
    • Lab 3 Schema Development
    • Lab 4 Data Motion SSIS
    • Lab 5 Application Conversion
    • Lab 6.1 Performance Data Collection
    • Lab 6.2 Performance Issue Detection and Resolution
    • Migration Bootcamp Lab Starter

  • You will find:
    1) Warm up training sessions
    2) Dedicated courses in preparation for exam 70-534
    3) Official Study Guide Book
    4) Official Practice Test
    5) Skillsoft Courses
    6) Azure Outline
    7) Tips and recommendations
    8) How to schedule your exam

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  • Introduction:

    • Chapter 1: The cloud, efficiency, and innovation
    • Chapter 2: Journey to the cloud: the roadmap
    • Chapter 3: Experimentation
    • Chapter 4: Migrating ITIL to the cloud
    • Chapter 5: Transformation
    • Appendix A:  Cloud architectural bludeprints
    • Appendix B: Sample technology scenarios
    • Appendix C: Recommended references

  • Application Development with Visual Studio Team Services

    90 min

    This will cover Visual Studio Team Services functionality for creating a development repository TFS/Git or using an external repository (GitHub/SVN), including branching (Dev/QA/Staging/Prod), continuous integration with deployments and release management.

    Unit Testing and Load Testing with Visual Studio Team Services

    30 min

    This will show how to integrate unit testing and load testing into your continuous integration within Visual Studio Team Services.

    Application Insights in Azure

    30 min

    This will show how to setup your applications to send user insights, custom events, and debug information to Application Insights, as well as show how to view general health of your applications and setup alerting.

    Break

    10 min

     

    Application Development Security in Azure

    30 min

    This covers general best practices for security when developing applications in Azure, as well as covering Key Vault.

    DevOps in Azure for IT Pros

     

    SEE PRE-REQUISITES TAB FOR PRE-VIEW VIDEOS REQUIRED

    90 min

    This is designed as a high-level overview for IT Pros to show how to automate the deployment and management of IaaS and PaaS services in Azure.  This will cover working with PowerShell, ARM Templates, REST APIs, DSC, Automation, and Chef/Puppet.

  • MICROSOFT: LIVE webcast event calendar.
    https://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/InteractiveCalendar.aspx?culture=en-US
    You must be associated to the Microsoft Partnership Network site.  If you are NOT associated please contact cdc@ca.fujitsu.com

  • Welcome to this 9th Edition of the Enterprise Alliance Competency Development Bulletin!  Our endeavor is to help build their capability, competency and readiness for all the joint Enterprise Alliance Partners focus areas and in the process build mature Microsoft Practices for the Alliance Partner WW. The intent is to provide pointers to relevant announcements, news related to competency, course updates on MPN/PLC, In-Person and online programs Worldwide, guidance on technologies in focus and relevant case studies.

    Hope you find this information mentioned here useful. Please feel free to write back to in case you'd like to hear on any specific topics related to capability and competency development via this channel of communication.

  • Microsoft Virtual Academy offers a selection of ebook freely available online at this address: http://www.microsoftvirtualacademy.com/ebooks#?fbid=hFln9ESigmW 
    From technical overviews to drilldowns on special topics, these free ebooks are available in PDF, EPUB, and/or Mobi for Kindle formats, ready for you to download.
    Here you have the list of the available topics:

    • Windows Server ebooks
    • Windows Azure ebooks
    • Windows ebooks
    • App development ebooks
    • Microsoft System Center ebooks


  • In this course students will learn essential programming skills and techniques that are required to develop Windows Store apps. This includes a combination of both design and development skills, as well as ensuring that students are comfortable using and making the most of the Visual Studio and Expression Blend tools.

  •  Learning Tools 2015
    Microsoft Learning Portal

    Microsoft Virtual Academy


    Microsoft CRM Training Portal



    if you are not associated  to the Microsoft Partnership and Partnersource sites please email cdc@ca.fujitsu.com to receive access

  • An overview for IT professionals of Windows 8

  • Table of contents:
    • The Ins and Outs of Fundamental SharePoint Information Architecture Design
    • Make or Break Your Content Management Strategy with Inheritance
    • Supporting Articles
    • What is Information Architecture and Why is it Important?
    • SharePoint 2010 Information Architecture
    • Strategic Information Architecture Plans for SharePoint 2010
    • Taking Control of Governance
    • Want SharePoint Success? Try Dual Architecture.
    • Why Create a Taxonomy for SharePoint ECM Implementation
    • Five Myths about Taxonomy and SharePoint
    • 6 Practical Tips for Designing a Taxonomy
    • Setting the Terms in SharePoint 2010. Do Search and Tag Clouds Replace the Need for a Taxonomy?
    • SharePoint 2010 Marries Formal and Informal Taxonomies
    • SharePoint Governance After-the-fact
    • SharePoint Community Wiki
    • AIIM Training Module SharePoint Practitioner Course 10 - Architecture and ECM
    • Classification...What is it? And How Can it Control the Content Chaos?
    • Next Generation Archives: Changing the Game for Better Management and Control
    • Capture, Governance, and SharePoint: oh the places you could go!
    • 8 Things You Wanted To Know About SharePoint

  • English overview is coming.

  • Recording of a presentation about getting started and basic functionnalities in My Site.

  • Are you ready for Microsoft System Center 2012 Configuration Manager? We are excited about our most important release ever for client administrators. Configuration Manager 2012 is user-centric, manages heterogeneous devices and introduces a new way to deploy applications; these capabilities will help you enable the Consumerization of IT, reduce costs, and drive agility for your organization. But there is more...a NEW interface, improved setting management, role-based administration, and infrastructure reduction. Get up to speed on all the key new capabilities of Configuration Manager 2012. We'll also provide a quick overview of Windows Intune, for those looking for a cloud based management for their unmanaged PCs.

  • Learn how to make the magic from the keynote come to life for your organization. Get an overview of the key improvements in System Center 2012, the design principles for 2012, how those features will benefit your organization, and finally how you can implement within your organization to achieve business value.

  • 1st presentation in a complete set of 8.
    Cloud computing and the delivery of true IT as a Service is one of the most profound industry shifts in decades. Join Jeff Woolsey, Principle Program Manager, Microsoft's Management and Security Division, as he shares Microsoft's vision for cloud computing and shows how System Center 2012, as part of the Microsoft private cloud, will enable you to deliver the promise of cloud computing in your organization today.

  • Session 10: Testing in the Lab

    In this session of our conversation, Bridging The Gap Between Developers and Testers Using Visual Studio 2010, Etienne and Vincent deploy the web service to the lab environment and then run tests against it to ensure that everything is working.

  • Session 8: Let's Get Back on Track

    In this session of our conversation, Bridging The Gap Between Developers and Testers Using Visual Studio 2010, Vincent updates the code to fix the production bug. Once fixed, he shows us how he associates the changes with the bug and commits the changes. Etienne then creates and runs a test case to prove that the bug has been resolved. Vincent highlights an important point - the new feature that he added is not in the build that Etienne is testing. Why? Etienne is testing the build from the code in the branch that was created for the production release (Vincent's feature was not part of the production release). Etienne then merges the release branch with main branch to bring the bug fix in with the new features developed after the production release.

  • Session 7: Stop, We Have A Problem!

    In this session of our conversation, Bridging The Gap Between Developers and Testers Using Visual Studio 2010, Etienne and Vincent work through a situation that we are all very familiar with - a bug in production code! But how do we deal with defects in code after modifications have been made in support of new features? Branch the code. Etienne and Vincent explore the concept of branching and then show us how to branch code in a project.

  • Session 6: Bridging the Gap

    In this session of our conversation, Bridging The Gap Between Developers and Testers Using Visual Studio 2010, Etienne and Vincent show how the developer uses the information gathered by the tester within Visual
    Studio to resolve a bug. Vincent explores the test results and shows us the output of the recording taken when Etienne, as a tester, was running his test. Remember the IntelliTrace test setting that was enabled? Vincent looks at the results of that IntelliTrace and debugs the code to find the exact line of code that caused the application to crash. Once he makes the required updates to the code, he checks in the code and associates the code check-in with the bug filed by Etienne in the previous session. Last but not least, he updates the bug status, which lets Etienne know that he has a new bug to test.

    Etienne looks up the recommended tests for the particular bug and reruns the test to ensure that the bug is, in fact, fixed. The first time he runs through the test manually. The second time, he uses Test Runner's action
    playback capabilities to have Test Runner run through the test case, enter all the data, and capture the results, all on its own.

  • Session 5: Tester at Work

    In this session of our conversation, Bridging The Gap Between Developers and Testers Using Visual Studio 2010, Etienne and Vincent explore the many different facets of manual testing. First, they introduce us to the different types of tests that can be run with Test Manager and walkthrough creating a test case that runs against the application. Once the test case is designed, Etienne and Vincent show us how to run the test case, record the actions for each step as the test case is being executed, and then explore the results of the test and the information Test Runner captures. All of that information is then used to create a new bug that is then filed for the developers. Etienne also highlights different settings that can be enabled or disabled for each test, including video recording and IntelliTrace.

  • Session 4: Adding a Tester to the Team

    In this session of our conversation, Bridging The Gap Between Developers and Testers Using Visual Studio 2010, Etienne and Vincent talk about the differences between white-box and black-box testing of applications. They switch hats and put on their "tester" hats, introducing us to a new addition to Visual Studio - Test Manager. Etienne demonstrates how to create a new test plan and add test cases to it. But how do you add a test case? Don't worry, Etienne and Vincent cover that in the next session of our conversation.

  • Session 3: Where's our backlog?

    In this session of our conversation, Bridging The Gap Between Developers and Testers Using Visual Studio 2010, Etienne and Vincent show us the basics of a Scrum-based backlog and how to connect and migrate a backlog to Team Foundation Server from Excel. They also introduce us to DemoApp and the bug that's in the code. The bug will be worked on in later sessions of the conversation. During the Q&A session, Etienne also talks about and defines terms used in different methodologies, integration between Team Foundation Server and Project, and Team Foundation Server's API.

  • Session 13: Look Boss, No Hands!

    In this session of our conversation, Bridging The Gap Between Developers and Testers Using Visual Studio 2010, Etienne and Vincent look at automated functional testing by using assertions and the Coded UI Test Builder. Vincent records the actions he wants to tests, sets the conditions he wants to assert, the Coded UI Test Builders generates the test method, and then Vincent adds the test to the coded UI tests that he runs against the application.

  • Session 12: Validating UI Automation

    In this session of our conversation, Bridging The Gap Between Developers and Testers Using Visual Studio 2010, Etienne and Vincent look at automated functional testing by using assertions and the Coded UI Test Builder. Vincent records the actions he wants to tests, sets the conditions he wants to assert, the Coded UI Test Builders generates the test method, and then Vincent adds the test to the coded UI tests that he runs against the application.

  • Session 11: UI Automation

    In this session of our conversation, Bridging The Gap Between Developers and Testers Using Visual Studio 2010, Etienne and Vincent use a previously manually recorded test to created an automated coded UI test. Etienne also demonstrates a trick on how to setup environment variables with scripts to ensure that the test runs against the version of the application that matches the environment in which you're testing without the you having to go in and change the code.

  • Session 3: Where's our backlog?

    In this session of our conversation, Bridging The Gap Between Developers and Testers Using Visual Studio 2010, Etienne and Vincent show us the basics of a Scrum-based backlog and how to connect and migrate a backlog to Team Foundation Server from Excel. They also introduce us to DemoApp and the bug that's in the code. The bug will be worked on in later sessions of the conversation. During the Q&A session, Etienne also talks about and defines terms used in different methodologies, integration between Team Foundation Server and Project, and Team Foundation Server's API.

  • Session 1: Migrating VSS to TFS

    In this session of our conversation, Bridging The Gap Between Developers and Testers Using Visual Studio 2010, Etienne and Vincent give us a brief introduction to Team Foundation Server, it's tools, and how it integrates with the tools in your environment that you're already familiar with such as Visual Studio, Office, and SharePoint. They'll also show us how migration from an existing Visual SourceSafe repository to Team Foundation Server can be automated so that you don't have to migrate everything by hand.

  • The Microsoft BI stack is fairly complex, especially on the front-end. In this session, we will cover when to use Performance Point, Reporting Services or Excel Services. We will also touch on the differences between PowerPivot and Analysis Services, and how to choose the appropriate technology.

  • Session 9: Multi-Environment Testing

    In this session of our conversation, Bridging The Gap Between Developers and Testers Using Visual Studio 2010, Etienne and Vincent introduce us to Lab Management, a new feature of Visual Studio that lets you manage a collection of virtual machines, templates, and virtual environments where you can develop, test, or run your application. Etienne demonstrates how to create a new lab environment and start it in order to test applications.

  • This content was submitted by Vincent Grondin.

    What is Prism?
    • Overview of Prism

    • Design Goals
    • Key Concepts
    • Using Prism

    What is bootstrapper?
    • Managing dependencies using Dependency Injection (DI) containers
    • Implementing the MVVM pattern
    • Navigation in Prism

    Communicating between loosely coupled components

  • This content was suggested by Sempai Team.

    This document will explain you how to use SharePoint to :
    - Efficiently work with other people of the organization. For example, consult calendars to find out when team events take place.

    - Create a personal site (MySite), where you can manage and share information with other users, with a maximum capacity of 20MB

    - Find people, an expertise and data For example, by researching « Resource » on the Intranet, a practitioner having a specific competency or interest can be found.

    - Manage documents and Web content For example, the organization can deploy a process to manage the life expectancy of documents, the users consulting them, the authors of modifications, etc..

    - Host forms integrating with databases For example, to register for this training, a form was filled out in SharePoint.

  • This content was submitted by Amélie Desmarais.

    Microsoft Excel is an electronic spreadsheet that runs on a personal computer. You can use it to organize your data into rows and columns. You can also use it to perform mathematical calculations quickly. This tutorial teaches Microsoft Excel basics. Although knowledge of how to navigate in a Windows environment is helpful, this tutorial was created for the computer novice.

  • This content was submitted by Vincent Grondin.

    This presentation given by Microsoft is an introduction to pattern MVVM and WPF concepts.
    Laboratory equipment is available.

  • This content was submitted by Vincent Grondin.

    This presentation covers the basics of WPF using Visual Studio 2010.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    The animated SplashScreen is an interface used in WPF as a screen while users are waiting for the download of an application.

    In this video, Ibrahima explains how to develop an animated SplashScreen.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    The simple SplashScreen is an image displayed in WPF as a screen for a user waiting for an application to download.

    In this video, Ibrahima explains how to develop a simple SplashScreen.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    The animated SplashScreen is an interface used in WPF as a screen while users are waiting for the download of an application.

    In this video, Ibrahima introduces the second part of the lesson on how to develop an animated SplashScreen.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    The Scrollviewer control in WPF is a control for unwinding or displaying the protruding part of an item placed in a container encapsulating it.

    In this video, Ibrahima introduces the basic concepts to help properly understand this control.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    The Expander control in WPF is a HeaderedContentControl type of control. In action, it plays the role of a container of retractable or expandible elements, based on a certain guideline.

    In this video, Ibrahima introduces the basic concepts to help properly understand this control.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    The Popup control in WPF is a control occurring without a real starting Template. Coupled with other controls, the popup control has an aspect of container occurring in execution mode.

    In this video, Ibrahima introduces the basic concepts to help properly understand this control.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    The Tooltip control in WPF is a ContentControl type of control. It is quite similar to the popup control without having the latter's persistence capability.

    In this video, Ibrahima introduces the basic concepts to help properly understand this control.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    The TabItem control in WPF is an ItemsControl type of control. It can only be used when associated with another control, which is the TabControl.

    In this video, Ibrahima introduces the basic concepts to help properly understand this control.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    The GroupBox control in WPF is a HeaderedContentControl type of control. It is very simple and provides a visual indication of the grouping of elements in a window.

    In this video, Ibrahima introduces the basic concepts to help properly understand this control.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    The RadioButton control in WPF is a ContentControl type of control. It derives from the ButtonBase class, which makes it a type of button, despite its appearance.

    In this video, Ibrahima introduces the basic concepts to help properly understand this control.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    The CheckBox control in WPF is a ContentControl type of control. It derives the ButtonBase class, which makes it a type of button, despite its appearance.

    In this video, Ibrahima introduces the basic concepts to help properly understand these controls.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    The Label control in WPF is one of the simplest controls. It is a ContentControl type of control.

    In this video, Ibrahima introduces the basic concepts to help properly understand those controls.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    The RepeatButton and ToggleButton controls in WPF are ContentControl types of controls. They are a specific feature of the Control Button.

    In this video, Ibrahima introduces the basic concepts to help properly understand these controls.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    The Control Button in WPF is a ContentControl type of control.

    In this video, Ibrahima introduces the basic concepts to help properly understand this control.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    In WPF, a control is not just any element that can be placed in window but rather an element that has certain specific factures.

    In this video, Ibrahima introduces an overview of controls.

  • This content was submitted by Vincent Grondin and Etienne Tremblay

    This course is part of MICROSOFT .NET ECOSYSTEM PROGRAM

    In the first part of this session, we'll cover 4 basic design patterns and how to apply them. These patterns are "Singleton", "Observer", "Proxy" and "POCO".

    In the second part of the session we will cover some of the best practices in code and more precisely:
    - Code Analysis
    - Tip and tricks and Gotchas in your code
    - Defensive programming
    - Async Framework

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    WPF introduced a new type of event called Routed Event, used in situations involving the execution of event managers based on the ascending or descending hierarchy of interface elements. The concept of routed event may at first glance seem repellent, until it is understood.

    In this video, Ibrahima introduces basic concepts of those types of events.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    An AttachedEvent is a type of Routed Event, used in situations involving the execution of event managers following the ascending or descending hierarchy of interface elements.

    In this video, Ibrahima gives an example the development of an Attached Event.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    WPF introduced a new type of event called Routed Event, used in situations involving the execution of event managers based on the ascending or descending hierarchy of interface elements. The concept of routed event may at first glance seem repellent, until it is understood.

    In this video, Ibrahima gives an example of the development of Routed Events.

  • This content was submitted by Vincent Grondin and Etienne Tremblay

    This course is part of MICROSOFT .NET ECOSYSTEM PROGRAM

    In this session we'll cover some of the concepts that you need to fully understand in order to follow most of the upcoming sessions.

    We'll cover the following key concepts:
    - Interfaces
    - Delegates
    - Anonymous Methods
    - Lambdas
    - Anonymous Types
    - Extension Methods
    - LinQ (via LinQ to Objects)

  • This content was submitted by Vincent Grondin and Etienne Tremblay

    This course is part of MICROSOFT .NET ECOSYSTEM PROGRAM

    In this session we will cover two main topics being "Exception handling in code" and "Debugging an application using Visual Studio".

    We'll cover the following key concepts:
    - Basic concepts
    - Exploring the various « Try » block syntaxes
    - How can we rethrow an exception?
    - Where to handle exception and how to publish them?
    - PDB files, how do they work?
    - Symbol Server and sources indexing
    - Debugging tips and tricks

  • This content was submitted by Diego Ivan Ordonez.

    Large scale projects are usually built into common blocks of code or common modules composed of hundreds or thousands lines of code, that are used everywhere in the project by several programmers. These modules are well documented using .NET XML documentation Comments, but this documentation is not available in Visual Studio by the usual F1 key unless we follow a specific procedure that will be held in this document.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    Developing an ergonomic interface compliant with interfacing standards in terms of margin placement and the positioning or embedding of interface container controls requires a certain technique. In this video, Ibrahima gives an example of the development of an embedded interface via the use of the Grid control container in design mode under Microsoft Expression blend 4.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    The StackPanel control container is an interface control used to stack the different controls placed in it based on a specific guideline. In this video, Ibrahima gives an example of the development of a StackPanel.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    The WrapPanel control container in WPF is an interface control for docking the various controls placed in it based on a certain position. In this video, Ibrahima gives an example of the development of a WrapPanel.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    The DockPanel control container in WPF is an interface control for docking the various controls placed in it based on a certain position. In this video, Ibrahima gives an example of the development of a DockPanel.

  • Developing an ergonomic interface compliant with interfacing standards in terms of margin placement and positioning of the embedding of interface container controls requires a certain technique. In this video, Ibrahima gives an example of the development of an embedded interface via the use of the StackPanel and DockPanel.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    The Control Container Grid is an interface control allowing for various controls placed in its cells based on a certain value assigned to the lines and columns of said control. In this video, Ibrahima gives an example of the different characteristics of this control.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    Developing an ergonomic interface compliant with interfacing standards in terms of margin placement and the positioning or embedding of interface container controls requires a certain technique. In this video, Ibrahima gives an example of the development of an embedded interface via the use of the Grid control container in design mode under Microsoft Expression blend 4.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    WPF introduced a new type of property called Dependency Property, used in various situations for the application of styles, link automation, animations and other items. The concept of dependency property may at first seem repellent, until it is understood. In this video, Ibrahima introduces the basic concepts for understanding this property.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    Attached Properties are types of dependency properties used in different situations to apply styles, automate links, produce animations and other items. They are often used when linking two heterogeneous elements.
    In this video, Ibrahima gives an example for understanding AttachedProperties.

  • This content was submitted by Shirley Wong.

    Microsoft Live meeting that was held to Fujitsu employees has been recorded.
    - Installation of the Toolkit
    - Features, Project Types and Connectivity
    - Known Issues

  • Basic SharePoint admin overview training given over WebEx.

    It covers the basic roles and describes main contents found in SharePoint. There are some discussions about basic SharePoint Web Site Administrator functionnalities such as creating content holders, changing page layout and managing permissions. Views and columns are also discussed in this training.

  • Microsoft® Project 2010 delivers powerful, visually enhanced ways to effectively manage a wide range of projects and programs. From meeting crucial deadlines, to selecting the right resources and empowering your teams, Project 2010 offers easier and more intuitive experiences to simply be productive and realize amazing results.

  • The target audience for this document is the business owner and report developers who are looking for a quick way to develop dashboards that will support an Enterprise Project Management Solution for their organization.

  • Quick project management guide using Microsoft Project

  • This course builds on the basic report design skills learned in Report Design Essentials - I. Using Microsoft FRx you learn advanced report design including linking to external worksheet data.

  • This course covers the basic report design skills you need to create, maintain and distribute presentation quality reports using Microsoft FRx.

  • This accreditation exam for the presales role tests your knowledge and skills in the Presales Accreditation

  • This course introduces the Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solution, its architecture and the technologies used.

  • Installation and Configuration in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009

  • ERP - How To Sell ERP Solutions

  • This certification exam measures your ability to do the following:
    FRx 6.7 Reporting Design

  • This course introduces the student to Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 Enterprise Portal. This course begins with the basic installation and configuration of Enterprise Portal.

  • Selling Dynamics AX and IT implementation services to C-level roles—specifically CFO, CEO or other senior executives—is fundamentally different than selling to a technical audience.

  • This course introduces the student to the Microsoft DynamicsAX 2009 MorphX development environment.

  • This certification exam measures the ability to use the advanced X++ features in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009.

  • This certification exam measures ones understanding of the Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 Installation and Configuration course.

  • This exam is intended for individuals who will be developing Enterprise Portal Web sites.

  • This certification exam measures your ability to understand and use the integrated development environment of Microsoft Dynamics AX and MorphX Development Suite.

  • This course introduces the student to development in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 using X++. This course starts with learning the basics of X++ and its relationship to object-oriented programming.

  • This certification exam measures your understanding of important skills and areas of knowledge used in the development of extensions for Microsoft CRM 4.0.

  • CRM 4.0 Customization and configuration (MB2-631)

  • Learn more about the new Reporting and Data Virtualization features included in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011. These features include: Reporting Extensions, SQL-based Reports, Fetch-based Reports.

  • This course covers the new Upgrade, Install and Application features included in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Mobile Express. These features include: Field Level Security and Role Base Forms.

  • In this on demand course, you will learn the new Installation, Upgrade and Setup features included in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011. These features include: SharePoint Integration. ...

  • Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 Installation and Deployment (MB2-633)

  • Installation and Deployment in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0

  • A discussion on the tools and techniques for defining, capturing and managing content types and meta-data in SharePoint and for establishing an information lifecycle for all content in SharePoint. Covers how to most efficiently apply governance throughout the entreprise, for all Sites, and how business content from any source and any location can be captured and delivered as searchable, process-ready documents to SharePoint for process and system optimization

  • This course provides students with the knowledge and skills to develop extensions for Microsoft Dynamics CRM. ...

  • This training kit is for .NET developers to learn the development features of Dynamics CRM and help them build applications using Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 and CRM Online.

  • Configuration and Customization in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0

  • This certification exam measures your ability to understand Microsoft Dynamics Sure Step as a structured engagement methodology for Dynamics implementations. This exam measures the working knowledge..

  • The course focuses on the implementation methodology model that provides the foundation for Microsoft Dynamics Sure Step, and how to use Microsoft Dynamics Sure Step. Additionally, the course provides ...

  • Sure Step is a comprehensive customer engagement methodology for Microsoft Dynamics solutions. It provides a standard approach and collection of tools, templates, and best practices to use from sales ...

  • Discover the new Installation, Configuration and Application features included in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 for Microsoft Office Outlook. These features include: Multiple Organization Integration

  • In this course, you will learn the new Dynamic Marketing List, Activities, Security and Dialog features included in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011. These features include: Custom Activities, Recurring Ap ...

  • Discover the new User Interface, Sales and Service features included in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011. These features include: The Ribbon, The Get Started panes, The Most Recently Used options, Forms a ...

  • Cover the background of LINQ from some basic C# 3.0 enhancements like var, anonymous type to delegate, anonymous method to LINQ.

  • Learn about Microsoft's new language, F#, a typed functional programming language for the Microsoft .NET Framework. F# combines functional programming with the runtime support, libraries, tools, and object model of .NET. Understand how F# asynchronous workflows help tame the complexity of parallel and asynchronous I/O programming and how to use F# in conjunction with tools such as Parallel Extensions for .NET.

  • This certification exam measures your ability to understand and articulate how to use and implement the Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 Applications modules effectively, and to use the terms applied in the ...

  • Applications in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0

  • Demo2WIN! provides pre-sales professionals the skills, strategies and structure needed in order to make the business critical elements of the demo impactful, memorable and value based.

  • Microsoft Dynamics Sure Step is a comprehensive customer engagement methodology for Microsoft Dynamics® solutions, which provides a standard approach and collection of tools, templates, and best practices

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