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Congratulations Alejandro Castaño of Colombia! You are MVA member #2,000,000

Congratulations Alejandro Castaño of Colombia! You are MVA member #2,000,000

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Today, we are thrilled to announce our 2,000,000th member of the MVA community! Alejandro Castaño of Colombia made his commitment to learning last week, and we are very excited to welcome him to our global community. Alejandro shared with us why he joined MVA and we wanted to share it with you: “I signed up for MVA basically to learn everything about game development on Microsoft platforms. I just want to say to all the people out there don't hesitate when you have an opportunity to learn, just go for it.”

On behalf of the entire MVA team, I want to welcome Alejandro, and we will also reward all of the students from his country, Colombia, with bonus MVA points. Keep learning along with him!  To show our thanks and support, Alejandro will also receive an Xbox One for helping us reach this incredible milestone. We are looking forward to continue to watch our community grow and hit the next one! Help us celebrate by sharing with us why you love MVA in the comments below and any advice you might have for Alejandro!

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  • From Bucharest , Romania : Congratulations Alejandro Castaño of Colombia!
    and all of the students from Colombia!
    Best regards,

  • From Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso : Welcome and Congratulations Alejandro Castaño of Colombia!
    and all of the students on MVA.

  • From Lagos,Nigeria. Congratulations Alejandro and all Colombia MVA students. This is indeed a wonderful community.

  • From Rio, Brazil: Congratulations Alejandro. Welcome to this incredible community, you and all Colombia students.

  • Congrats for Alex, Colombia and for all of the students here. It is a really nice place this community, you can always learn something usefully from MVA when you have a free time. This is a good place to train you brain, it is better to learn new things from time to time, than only playing games or chat or reading useless news, and the best part is that you can do it for free.

  • Congo Alejandro Castaño...Happy learning at MVA

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