Brian H. Madsen
Computer says no

An April Fool’s Day MVP – MVP 2012

April 2nd 2012 in Communities, LIDNUG, Microsoft The 1st of April has been hillarious for me, ever since I got my first Microsoft MVP Award in 2006. Not solely due to the fact that I’ve been honoured by Microsoft by being presented with the MVP Award, but also because quite a few of my friends finds it funny to send me all types of “spoofed” emails on the day.

This year was of course no different – lots of emails (of various dubious qualities), but at the end of the day I did indeed received one particular email that’s bound to bring a smile to my face.

Yeps, I’ve been awarded the 2012 Microsoft MVP Award and I’m very pleased with it. The award is a recognition from Microsoft and irrespectively of why we do what we do for the community, it is indeed very nice to get the recognition. When you take a look at the company and quality of the MVPs out there, I feel truly humbled. Some of the industry’s biggest names are MVPs but it’s like comparing apples and flux capacitors.

So here’s to another great year of more community involvements – but first a big thank you to all of those that’s bothered to listen to me waffle on for hours on end – lets make 2012 even better, and bigger, than 2011.

 Anyways, you can find me floating around in a few places:

 Feel free to ping me if you got any questions..

oh, btw, the category is ASP.Net :)



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