2nd Year Microsoft MVP – Renewed MVP 2015 #MVPbuzz #MVP #HyperV

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Hello people at the top of the Alps!

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One year already passed…

Being an October 1st Microsoft MVP (my expertise is Hyper-V) means that every year on October 1st, I might get an e-mail to inform me I have been renewed, or not.

Once again I’m very pleased to announce that I have been awarded the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award for 2015! This marks my 2nd consecutive year receiving this prestigious award from Microsoft. It is a tremendous honor to be recognized for my technical expertise and community contributions over the last year. I thoroughly enjoy working with Microsoft technologies and helping IT community. So truly honored to be part of the Hyper-V MVP team.

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MVP Award remains a very special feeling to receive. It’s recognition for what you’ve done over the last year, and the most important I can enjoy the benefits that come with it: the MVP Global Summit 2015 and the interaction with the product managers at Microsoft. The summit is very valuable to me. Looking forward to take off to Redmond next month.

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MVP Summit 2014 – Redmond Microsoft HQ (Image credit: Microsoft)

I cannot express my gratitude of being awarded. The MVP status opens up doors and creates opportunities and will allow me to continue provide the community with continued valuable content in a more official capacity, I look forward to continuing my contributions to you (IT community), and to inspire more people on building Microsoft Virtualization and Clouds for years to come.

Thank you Microsoft… Thanks to all my readers… A big thank you to the Hyper-V Team at Microsoft. You are great!

Congratulations to all New and Renewed MVPs!

This award is dedicated to my wife Ioana who has supported me for all of these years and her patience beside all my busy schedule.

Cheers,
-Charbel

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