As always October 1st, a Special day for me in my life turned back this year as well with a mail from Microsoft renewing the Most Prestigious “Microsoft MVP (Most Valuable Professional)” Award for the year 2012-2013 in ASP.NET/IIS Architecture. I would first like to thank to all my followers, blog readers, community friends, MVP team, MVP Lead and each and every person who have motivated me and provided consistent feedback in all my activities. This award is my 2nd Consecutive in a row with my continued contribution to my blog www.f5debug.net and to the online community through sessions on Windows Phone, Windows Azure and Windows Store.
I’m honored to continue my interaction the experts in the Microsoft MVP community and I look forward to continue on with my contributions to the Microsoft products. [more]
Renewal Mail from Microsoft
About Microsoft MVP
MVPs are independent experts who are offered a close connection with people at Microsoft. To acknowledge MVPs’ leadership and provide a platform to help support their efforts, Microsoft often gives MVPs early access to Microsoft products, as well as the opportunity to pass on their highly targeted feedback and recommendations about product design, development, and support.
MVPs make exceptional contributions to technical communities, sharing their passion, knowledge, and know-how. Meanwhile, because MVPs hear the opinions and needs of many others in the technical community, they are well-placed to share highly focused feedback with Microsoft.
I would also like to specially thank “Mr. Mahesh Chand, founder of www.C-sharpCorner.com”, “Mr. Pinal Dave, founder of blog.SqlAuthority.com” for their support and continuous guidance. I would also thankful to “Mr. Tanmay Kapoor” my MVP Lead, for support and renewing my MVP award. I also like to thank my friend and well wisher Mr. Ramkumar Gopal who triggered me to start my community activities to the core.