July 03, 2011

Microsoft MVP Award – 4 Years in a Row




The key to happiness is having dreams. The key to success is making your dreams come true.” - Unknown

I was awarded the Microsoft MVP title again for the 4th consecutive year, and I thank Microsoft for bestowing this award on me. I am glad my efforts and contributions to the community via my sites DotNetCurry.com, DevCurry.com and SqlServerCurry.com were recognized by Microsoft.

About the MVP award

For those who are not aware of the MVP award, Wikipedia says:

The Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) is the highest award given by Microsoft to those it considers "the best and brightest from technology communities around the world" who "actively share their ... technical expertise with the community and with Microsoft"
Some MVP award Facts:
  • Around 4000 MVP’s in the world
  • Live in more than 90 countries
  • Speak nearly 40 languages
  • Answer more than 10 million questions each year
  • Offer expertise in around 90 Microsoft technologies
MVP Award Benefits

Being an MVP is fun and rewarding too! Along with an MVP trophy and a certificate, Microsoft values its awardees by providing them with access to several technical resources such as complimentary subscriptions to MSDN or TechNet, access to MVP private newsgroups, technical support incidents, passes and discounts to MS events, insider news and an opportunity to interact with product teams and be a part of the product development cycle.

One of the primary benefits this award gives you is the opportunity to socialize with other MVP’s across the world – like the Microsoft MVP Global Summit and MVP Open Days held almost every year.

How do I Become an MVP?

“That some achieve success, is proof to all that others can achieve it as well.” – Abraham Lincolm
You may want to look at How do I become an MVP ? If you feel you have got what it takes to become an MVP, drop me a comment and we will take it further. This is an elite award, every IT Pro and Microsoft Developer dreams of getting.

Cheers to another year of success! I am an MVP and I am proud of it!


Did you like this post?
kick it on DotNetKicks.com
subscribe via rss subscribe via e-mail
print this post follow me on twitter


About The Author

Suprotim Agarwal, ASP.NET Architecture MVP works as an Architect Consultant and provides consultancy on how to design and develop Web applications.

Suprotim is also the founder and primary contributor to DevCurry, DotNetCurry and SQLServerCurry. He has also written an EBook 51 Recipes using jQuery with ASP.NET Controls.

Follow him on twitter @suprotimagarwal

 
  Feedback:

comments

0 Responses to "Microsoft MVP Award – 4 Years in a Row"
 

Copyright © 2009-2014 All Rights Reserved for SQLServerCurry.com by Suprotim Agarwal | Terms and Conditions