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MICROSOFT MVP: 2004 MVPs were nominated - congratulations Carlo!
Posted by Arne Hess - on Saturday, 04.10.03 - 13:17:22 CET under 06 - Site News - Viewed 6849x
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On October 1st, the new Microsoft MVPs was nominated or renewed. While I'm a MVP since 2002 (before I was just a contributing author for Microsoft's site and member of the Microsoft Mobility Community Council) and renewed for 2004 again, I'm so happy to finally see Carlo on the list as well!!! :-D Congratulations Carlo!

What's a Microsoft MVP?

The Microsoft MVP Program (Most Valuable Professional) 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. Microsoft MVPs are recognized for both their demonstrated practical expertise and willingness to share their experience with peers in Microsoft technical communities.

Microsoft MVPs are a diverse group of individuals who are:

  • Recognized: They are acknowledged by peers and also by Microsoft for their active participation in Microsoft technical communities around the globe.
  • Credible: They have demonstrated practical expertise providing the highest quality information and content.
  • Accessible: They are active technical community leaders sharing their experience with peers.

Carlo did an amazing job in the Philippines in the past to develop the Windows CE community there and therefore the right pal was nominated! Congrats again and looking forward to meet you the first time in reality on the next MVP meeting in Redmond!

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