I am proud to announce that I was awarded today by Microsoft, with the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) Award for 2019–2020 for Office Apps & Services.
I want to give a special shout-out to everyone who supports this Blog. Your comments, your follows, your likes and your shares–they have all brought me to this point. Thank you.
As well a huge thank you to all the people around me, my wife and my daughter who spent some couple of dinners without me, because I was writing articles or codes. To Dominic, who was correcting my grammar with his native English, to Alice who was guiding me on my way, and of course to my company, which also allowed me and gave me the opportunity to use my daily challenges as the source for many of my articles. As well a very big thank you to Stoyan Chalakov and Srdjan Stevic, this two MVP’s showed me the way to go…
Bering a MVP means a lot for me, it proves that hard work can work out for everyone. Thanks to this award I will be able now to write better articles for you and me.
I also want to grab the opportunity here to remind you that you are always welcome to comment my articles or contact me by Twitter, Facebook, and Contact Form on my Blog etc. and as well by joining my Telegram channel here.
What is an MVP?
The MVP Award is a tribute to technical experts who freely share their knowledge with others. MVP’s maintain close cooperation with Microsoft.
The award is given monthly and then applies for about 1 year. Afterwards, the activities of an MVP will be checked and it is decided whether the award will be awarded for another year.
MVP’s have many advantages:
- Invitation to the annual “MVP Global Summit” in Redmond
- Invitation to the annual meeting in Europe “Community Connection”
- Azure (Cloud) subscription
- close contact with Microsoft
- Office 365 subscription
- Access to almost all Microsoft products (including cloud) for further education and research
- and many more
My MVP Site
If you want to follow my activities on my MVP site, here is the link: