On Friday I got a pleasant e-mail from Microsoft with the subject: “Congratulations 2011 Microsoft MVP”. I am very happy and humble to be recognized by Microsoft for the work I have done for the communities the last year.
I also got awarded the Microsoft MVP Award in 2010 and I’m looking forward to be a part of the MVP program for one more year. During my year as an MVP I have had the pleasure of meeting many other MVPs and also connected with some of the core teams in Microsoft. I am already looking forward to see many MVPs (both new and returning) at the Global MVP Summit 2012 in Redmond, Seattle.
Thank you Microsoft for re-awarding me with the MVP Award
Receiving the Microsoft MVP Award is first of all a great recognition from Microsoft telling you that they appreciate the work you have done in technology communities. Another great thing that follows this award is free access to a lot of products (beside the MSDN subscription).
Until recently I was only aware of a few of these product offers but lately I have found that the list of product offers is long and impressive. In this post I have collected links to Microsoft MVP product offers
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Earlier today I received an e-mail with the subject: “Congratulations 2010 Microsoft MVP”. I had almost forgotten that I was nominated for the MVP award 4 months ago and I nearly choked on my coffee and continued humbly to read the e-mail.
Congratulations! We are pleased to present you with the 2010 Microsoft® MVP Award! This award is given to exceptional technical community leaders who actively share their high quality, real world expertise with others. We appreciate your outstanding contributions in Device Application Development technical communities during the past year.
You can read more about the Microsoft MVP Award at Microsoft MVP website.
Receiving this award inspires me greatly and I will keep up and hopefully share more of my work to you through this blog and online communities. I will also continue working with the Norwegian Windows Phone Developer Community and I really hope that this will become a natural place to meet for Norwegian Windows Phone developers.
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