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Another year has passed…
Being a July 1, Microsoft MVP (My class is Cloud and Data Center Management) means I can receive an email on July 1 of each year stating that I have been renewed or not.
Once again, I am so happy and grateful now that I have been granted Microsoft’s most valuable professional (MVP) Award 2018-2019! This means mine 4th year successively since then 2014, 2015, 2016and 2017. It is huge honor I receive this prestigious award from Microsoft and receive recognition for my technical expertise and community contribution over the past year. I thoroughly enjoy working Microsoft Technologies and help the IT community around the world. So really honored and proud to be a part of this big family.
The MVP award is still a very special feeling to receive. It’s a recognition of what you’ve done over the past year, and most importantly I can enjoy the benefits it brings: MVP Global Summit 2019 and interaction with Microsoft Product Managers. The summit is very valuable to every Microsoft MVP around the world.
There are so many people to thank over the years. I don’t name names because I’m sure I’ll forget someone. My friend’s MVPs are an awesome bunch.
I want to thank my employer itnetX which supports me in the best possible way, my current colleagues, from whom I can learn a lot, the Microsoft MVP community and of course Microsoft employees in Redmond and around the world, work with us and gather feedback. Thanks to Microsoft … Thanks to MVP Community Program Manager … Thanks to all my readers and followers … You’re great!
Last but definitely not least, this award is dedicated to my family who have supported me all those years and their patience along with a busy schedule.
Congratulations to all new and renewed MVPs!
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