One day I have been asked… What do you want to be when you grow up? My answer was Microsoft® Hyper-V™ MVP!
On October 1st 2014, my wish came true as I received the confirmation email from Microsoft for my first MVP Award.
I’m proud now being part of this worldwide experts community, which is a group of ~75 MVPs around the world. This not only shows that Microsoft® is recognizing my work for the community over the last years, it also shows that these efforts together with the support of my fellow Hyper-V MVPs, friends and colleagues have pushed me a huge step forward. I’m really looking forward to the MVP Global Summit, kicking of in Redmond next month. I’ll meet a lot of fellow MVPs and Program Managers in person.
I am greatly humbled and honored for all those in the community that have found my contributions meaningful in some way.
In my professional career, my goal has always been to share knowledge and evangelize technology amongst peers, user groups, and the IT community at large. Receiving MVP recognition tells me those contributions have been effective and are being positively received.
I would like to send a big “THANK YOU” to all my fellow Hyper-V MVPs for supporting me and pushing me forward.
Last but not least, a huge “MULTUMESC” to my family, and especially to my wife Ioana for her support and patience beside all my regular work, who is the reason that I can fulfill my dream and follow my passion.
MVP status will allow me to continue to provide the community with continued valuable content in a more official capacity, I look forward to continuing my contributions to you (the IT community), and to inspire more people building Microsoft® Virtualization and Clouds for years to come.
Thank You Microsoft®! and Congratulations to All the New and Renewed MVPs…
Time to get back to our regularly busy schedule…
Until then… fasten your seat belt and enjoy the ride with Hyper-V™!