Today, I received an e-mail from the Microsoft MVP Award program, and I am delighted to share that I have been awarded Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) 2017-2018 for the 10th consecutive year.
I am honored to receive this award again and I appreciate everyone that reads my blog, watch me speaking, attend my training and keeps up with me on twitter (@ronnipedersen). I will strive to keep contributing to the community and hope that my contributions help you out in some way.
I would like to thank everyone of you who have supported me in any form. Especially the members of the Danish System Center User Group and other community partners that I have worked with. But also, my MVP Lead, fellow MVPs and the Product Group at Microsoft in Redmond. A team of people I really admire and respect for their dedication and knowledge.
From the e-mail, I received:
We are once again pleased to present you with the 2017-2018 Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) Award! As you know, this award is given to exceptional technical community leaders who share their remarkable passion, real-world knowledge, and technical expertise with others through demonstration of exemplary commitment. We appreciate your outstanding contributions in the Enterprise Mobility technical communities during the past year.
About the Microsoft MVP Program
Microsoft MVPs are not Microsoft employees, rather independent technology enthusiasts who are active in communities on and offline. We are experts and professionals across diverse subjects that all share a common use of Microsoft technologies to solve everyday real-world problems.
Learn more about the MVP program here: http://mvp.support.microsoft.com/en-us/overview.aspx