I’m honored and humbled that I’m part of the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) community award for another year.
As explained on the program page “MVPs, are technology experts who passionately share their knowledge with the community.” It’s an award for your Microsoft community work of the past year… you can find more details on the MVP website mentioned earlier.
But building community is not a one-person activity, not a job, …
It’s a passion, it’s fun, sharing knowledge and best practices with many people over the world, all eager to build community.
And last year (or longer) has been very challenging to keep the community running without face-2-face events, shifting to online only. It was hard work. And the MVP award renewal cycle has been very special this year, taking into account the Corona conditions.
But nevertheless, I can’t keep up this work without support of you, my dearest colleagues, partners, technology experts, community fellows, my audience, …
I won’t list any specific person, because I would not do honor to all the rest… too many to list.
Therefor a big shout out of gratitude for your support.
I dedicate this award to you, to your support. This is your award.
In the world of security, cyber- and cloud security, sharing knowledge is one of the most important principles to win the battle against cybercrime. Learn from the mistakes others have made.
I’m doing my best to keep up the work and to meet the bar of excellence, to be an community lead, to build community and to share knowledge.
This award and your appreciation gives me the extra motivation to keep going and do better next year!
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