Another year already passed…
Being a July 1st Microsoft MVP (my category is Cloud and Datacenter Management) means that every year on July 1st, I might get an e-mail from Microsoft to inform me I have been renewed, or not. However, this year was different…
I’m so happy and grateful now that I have been awarded with double expertise for the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) 2019-2020:
- Cloud and Datacenter Management
- Microsoft Azure
This make sense now since I am working with Microsoft Azure more often.
This marks my 5th year in a row as Microsoft MVP since 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, and 2018. It is a tremendous honor receiving this prestigious award from Microsoft and be recognized for my technical expertise and community contributions over the last year. I thoroughly enjoy working with the Microsoft Cloud Platform and helping IT community all around the world. So truly honored and proud to be part of this big family.
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 2020 and the interaction with the product managers at Microsoft. The summit is very valuable to every Microsoft MVP across the globe.
There’s so many people to thank from over the years. I won’t list names here because I’ll surely forget someone. My fellow MVPs are an awesome bunch.
I would like to thank my employer itnetX which is supporting me in the best possible way, my current colleagues from which I can learn a lot, the Microsoft MVP community and of course Microsoft employees in Redmond and all over the world, to work with us and collect feedback. Thank you Microsoft… Thank you to the MVP Community Program Manager… Thanks to all my readers and followers… You are great!
Last but definitely not least, this award is dedicated to my family who has supported me for all those years and their patience beside my busy schedule.
Congratulations to all new and renewed MVPs!
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