Sunday, October 2, 2011

Microsoft Windows Embedded MVP 2011 Award

I am delighted to announce that I have been honored Microsoft Windows Embedded MVP.

The Microsoft MVP Program is a worldwide award and recognition program that strives to identify amazing individuals in technical communities around the globe who share a passion for technology and the spirit of community. To become an MVP (Most Valuable Professional) candidates are nominated by Microsoft or other community members: they are rigorously evaluated for their technical expertise, community leadership, and voluntary community contributions for the previous year. These individuals are chosen because they are exemplary community leaders who voluntarily share their passion and real-world knowledge of Microsoft products with others.

Congratulations to the 143 new Microsoft Most Valuable Professional Awardees and 764 MVPs who were re-awarded this year. Especially, I want to congratulate with my colleagues Marco Bodoira and Beppe Platania who have been awarded Windows Embedded MVPs too!

I’m very happy.
Thank you to all involved Microsoft and non-Microsoft people who made this possible!

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