Last week I received at home a small ring that came all the way from US. It was a small gift from Microsoft to celebrate another year as part of the MVP community 🙂
Since 2012, I have really enjoyed being part of this technical community where I have met very good professionals from all around the world.
Microsoft created this program more than 20 years ago to recognise individuals who help others to learn and understand Microsoft’s techonologies. Today we are more than 4,000 MVPs globally.
This award is split in different categories and areas depending on the technologies that we contribute to. Microsoft’s priorities and focus have evolved consideriable during the last years, which has also been reflected in the MVP award structure. My first year I got nominated as “CRM MVP“, then “Business Solutions MVP” and this year it was “Business Applications MVP“. Below you can see the current MVP award structure:
If you would like to learn more about the Microsoft MVP Program, have a look at this site:
A great week of celebrations, Spain wins the Eurocup and Microsoft awarded me as MVP 🙂
These years of hard work with Dynamics CRM have given great results. Now I will enjoy this huge opportunity to carry on growing as professional and give the community all the best.
I wanted to say THANK YOU to Marco Amoedo, my mentor and teacher in this small technical world of CRM, as well as some of my colleagues Wael Hamze and Rhett Clinton, other big professionals from whom I have learnt a lot.