Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Microsoft MVP 2011 Award!

I was speechless when I received this mail from Microsoft:
Congratulations! We are pleased to introduce you the 2011 edition of Microsoft ® MVP Award. It's an award for technical community leaders with exceptional skills who actively share with others the extraordinary quality of its expertise in the field. We really appreciate your incredible contribution, relative to Windows Embedded within the technical community over the past year.
The Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) is the highest award given by Microsoft, to those it considers "the best and brightest from technology communities around the world" who "actively share their ... technical expertise with the community and with Microsoft".

To receive the Microsoft MVP Award, MVP nominees undergo a rigorous review process. A panel that includes members of the MVP team and Microsoft product groups evaluates each nominee's technical expertise and voluntary community contributions for the past 12 months. The panel considers the quality, quantity, and level of impact of the MVP nominee's contributions. Active MVPs receive the same level of scrutiny as other new candidates each year.

MVPs are independent of Microsoft, with separate opinions and perspectives, and are able to represent the views of the community members with whom they engage every day.

I'm very happy and honored to receive this award, I need to congratulate with my colleagues Gianni Rosa Gallina and Beppe Platania, who have been awarded Windows Embedded MVP too!

Thank you to all Microsoft and non-Microsoft people who brought me to this award.
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