Microsoft Most Valuable Professional Award (MVP) represents the best professionals in the Microsoft technology. They distinguish themselves by being team players who rise above their daily professional chores to support the community. With their support to the community, these professionals are the fountain of knowledge for their peers and the most desired assets for their corporations.
Currently there are 4,000 MVPs worldwide with 140 being from South Asia region. MVPs represent more than 90 countries, speak over 40 different languages, and are awarded in almost 90 diverse Microsoft technologies. Together, they answer more than 10 million questions each year.
We are pleased to welcome the following community champions as MVP Awardees for this quarter:
AMBILY K K
Connected System Developer
Device Application Development
Visual Studio ALM
Brij Bhushan Mishra
Dhirendra R. Yadav
If you know of a deserving candidate who actively supports the community in your region, please feel free to nominate them at: South Asia MVP Nomination form
Stay tuned to this blog to know the latest activities in the community by the South Asia MVPs. You can also follow us at @IndiaMVP on Twitter or our page on South Asia Facebook Page.
<p>First of all, Congratulation for the MVP Status for 2011 - 2012.</p>
<p>All new MVPs, welcome on board to the MVP family. I personally know Brij and Pavan. Rest of you, please connect with me in Twitter @kunal2383.</p>
<p>I'm honored to receive Microsoft MVP award for the second time for Exchange Server and would like to thank MVP lead and everyone else in the technical community for their great support. I'm looking forward to contributing more going forward!</p>
<p>Congratulations Guys. You are the rock-star of the community, Keep rocking.</p>
<p>All the best!!</p>
<p>Congratulations to everyone ...</p>
<p>All the Best</p>