During the past years, July 1. has become a rather important day for me – July 1. this year was nothing less, I was anxiously waiting for that e-mail. Late in the afternoon, I received the great news, I am re-awarded the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) title. This is Microsoft’s award for community leadership within a technology discipline, which for me is Windows and Device for IT.
I am humble, honored, and extremely proud to be receiving this recognition. I begin to fully understand what impact become a Microsoft MVP has to me and my career – add to this, the insight, the information, and the access – it has been incredible and exiting.
I am one out of just 87 Microsoft MVP’s in the category Windows and Devices for IT – and I am still the only Windows and Devices for IT MVP in this little spot up north, named Denmark.
Being part of this amazing program makes me proud and I am grateful my contributions are recognized and rewarded with a Microsoft MVP Award third year in a row.
Being an Microsoft MVP is only made possible by the support from my family, my colleagues , the constant encouragement by my friend and colleague Per Larsen, the community around Everything Windows User Group, Denmark (EWUG.dk), the people involved and their huge support.
Thank you to my employer, without the support and their trust in me, getting re-award would not have been possible!
What it takes to be an MVP
Microsoft MVP’s are technology experts who passionately share their knowledge with the community. They are always on the “bleeding edge” and have an unstoppable urge to get their hands on new, exciting technologies. They have very deep knowledge of Microsoft products and services, while also being able to bring together diverse platforms, products, and solutions, to solve real world problems. MVPs make up a global community of over 4,000 technical experts and community leaders across 90 countries and are driven by their passion, community spirit, and quest for knowledge. Above all and in addition to their amazing technical abilities, MVPs are always willing to help others – that is what sets them apart.
If you want to know more about the Microsoft MVP Program, check out the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional website.