MVP’s Favorite Content: DevBlogs, Windows, Defender, OpenAI

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In this blog series dedicated to Microsoft's technical articles, we'll highlight our MVPs' favorite article along with their personal insights.


Sergio Parra Guerra, Microsoft Azure MVP, Spain

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DevBlogs - Microsoft Developer Blogs

“In this blog, all the latest developments in .NET are condensed. .NET Rules!!”

(In Spanish: En este blog se condensan todas las novedades en cuestiones de desarrollo. .NET Rules!!)


Maison da Silva, Windows and Devices MVP, Brazil

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Customize Windows RE | Microsoft Learn

“Recently, many users have been facing the challenge of solving the error "REAGENTC.EXE: Windows RE image was not found" and with these guides the technical user can solve it in an easier way."

*Relevant Blog: Solução: REAGENTC.EXE: A imagem do Windows RE não foi encontrada – Maison da Silva


Elie Karkafy, Security MVP, United States

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Plan capacity for deployment - Microsoft Defender for Identity | Microsoft Learn

“The Microsoft Defender for Identity sizing tool to determine whether your domain controller servers have enough resources for a Microsoft Defender for Identity sensor.”

*Relevant Blog: Unlocking the MDI Secrets: MDI capacity using the Sizing Tool (


Tso Kar Ho, Microsoft Azure MVP, Hong Kong SAR

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microsoft/OpenAIWorkshop: workshop materials to build intelligent solutions on Open AI (

“As a Microsoft MVP, I highly recommend checking out the OpenAI Workshop materials recently open sourced by Microsoft. This workshop provides hands-on experience with cutting-edge AI technologies like GPT-3 through the Azure OpenAI service. The materials walk you through prompt engineering, common NLP tasks like summarization and sentiment analysis, generative text and code, conversational dialog, and few-shot learning.


By the end of the workshop, you'll have built your first OpenAI app with PowerApps, a natural language interface for SQL queries, an OpenAI pipeline for unstructured data insights, and even a custom fine-tuned ChatGPT model. The repository contains detailed examples and instructions for all use cases. It's a fantastic way to get started with OpenAI whether you're a power user, software engineer, data scientist, or AI architect.


With conversational AI exploding in popularity, these materials provide practical experience to start leveraging large language models productively. I highly recommend bookmarking this repository and working through it to level up your AI skills using Azure OpenAI. The hands-on format accelerates learning through real implementation.”

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