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Microsoft MVP Award

 

The Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) is an award presented by Microsoft for the employees or individuals or consultants working outside Microsoft. Microsoft considers MVPs to be technical community leaders from around the world who have been awarded for voluntarily providing technical expertise towards technical communities supporting Microsoft products or technologies. An MVP is awarded for contributions over the past year. (Quote from Wikipedia)

 

Today I received this e-mail from Microsoft:

Dear Jan Egil Ring,
Congratulations! We are pleased to present you with the 2011 Microsoft® MVP Award! This award is given to exceptional technical community leaders who actively share their high quality, real world expertise with others. We appreciate your outstanding contributions in PowerShell technical communities during the past year.

I feel very honored to be a part of this amazing community, and look forward to interact with fellow peers in the PowerShell MVP community.

 

Resources

About the MVP Award Program

Windows PowerShell MVP Awardees

MVPs.org community site

Microsoft MVP FAQ

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January 1, 2011 - Posted by | Community, Windows PowerShell |

9 Comments »

  1. Congratulations.
    Best wishes for a great 2011.
    Regards
    Andy

    Comment by Andy Tearle | January 1, 2011 | Reply

  2. Congratulations Jan!

    Comment by Shay Levy | January 2, 2011 | Reply

  3. Congratulations and Welcome to the club! Sounds like Crayon is a VERY innovative company with Powershell. Ragnar Harper is also from there yes? 🙂

    Comment by Sean Kearney | January 3, 2011 | Reply

    • Thanks, I`m really looking forward to being part of the MVP community for the next year!
      That`s right, Ragnar is my colleague in Crayon 🙂

      Comment by Jan Egil Ring | January 3, 2011 | Reply

  4. […] Jan Egil Ring: http://blog.powershell.no/2011/01/01/microsoft-mvp-award/ […]

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  5. So that means YOU must have witnessed that crowd at “Heroes Happen Here” when Ragnar did my “Highway to Powershell” on stage…

    I so wish somebody had Video of that ! 🙂

    Comment by Sean Kearney | January 13, 2011 | Reply

  6. Unfortunately I missed it, I`ll let you know if I find a video-recording 😉

    Comment by Jan Egil Ring | January 13, 2011 | Reply


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