I received an email on Dec. 28th from the regional MVP Lead informing me that I’ve been re-awarded as Microsoft MVP again (January – December 2007). It’s my 4th consecutive year award with Microsoft MVP Program. I’m actually surprised to receive the early re-award notification because it is not the usual date to know the status but I’m *guessing* that the reason behind the early notification on the award status is the coming soon event for Microsoft MVPs called MVP Global Summit (March 12 – 15, 2007) in which Mr. Bill Gates will deliver the keynote. The early notification will allow MVPs to prepare for the summit… I *guess*. Whatever the reason, I’m happy for I’m re-awarded as Windows Security MVP.
Thanks to fellow MVPs, to the MVP Lead Cathy Lee (also to my former MVP Leads Melissa Travers, Jerry Bryant, Emily Freet), to the MVP Program management team for the support and benefit and to the whole team at Microsoft that makes MVPs experience with the program an exciting one. Thanks also to the Product Groups at Microsoft for listening to the feedbacks that we are sending to them. Thanks to MSDN Team for the susbcription. Thanks to Ms. Susan Bradley for this blog page at her msmvps.com. Thank you also to Calendar of Updates team and friends for the continous support in keeping users informed on security for PC and Internet. Last but not the least, thanks to friends and team-mates at Gladiator Security Forums, CNET forums, Alliance of Security Analysis Professionals and its members and to software authors for great work in helping users and full support that I received on many incidents. There are many more security forums to mention! but I better stop as it is going to be a long one ROFL. We are all friends because we have same goal and that is to have a safe and enjoyable computing.
Watch the video at http://virtualteched.com/archive/2006/06/15/106.aspx. You’ll see:
Microsoft MVPs Laura Hunter and Susan Bradley discuss the role MVPs play in in the industry and the knowledge they share with Microsoft and the community.
I just learned that Rakesh Rajan, MVP from India died few days ago. See http://forum.t-mug.org/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=1050. My condolences to his family. He was only 24 years old.
The gathering – one way Microsoft recognizes outstanding members of technical communities – is the most technologically and globally diverse summit for Microsoft Most Valuable Professionals to date.
Read the press release in Microsoft PressPass
McAfee, Inc. Foundstone Professional Services Consultant Recognized as Microsoft Most Valuable Professional
Rudolph Araujo, a senior software security consultant and trainer with Foundstone Professional Services, a division of McAfee, has earned distinction as a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) within the visual developer security category. The program honors the most active individuals from around the world who provide invaluable online and offline expertise that enriches the technological community experience and makes a difference in those communities that feature Microsoft products. The award was bestowed upon 18 recipients in July 2005.
Microsoft’s annual MVP 2005 Global Summit will take place on Sept. 28 to Oct. 1 in Redmond, Washington. More info in Microsoft’s website.
MVP ALEX NICHOL was one of the Microsoft’s Most Valuable Professionals (MVP) for Windows XP. He passed away last March 9th. I didn’t get the chance to know him but I am familiar with his name not only because he is one of the Microsoft’s MVP but because of his helpful posts via Microsoft Newsgroups and in AUMHA forums. You can view “tribute” page for MVP ALEX NICHOL in MVP Jim Eshelam’s website, AUMHA
The Asia MVP Regional Summit 2005 will be held in Singapore next month! From April 24 to 27.
I will attend it . This year’s theme is “Get Connected!”. MVP members in more than 15 locations are invited to attend including MVP members from Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Korea, Macao SAR, Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.
BTW, the 2005 MVP Global Summit will take place on Sept. 28 to Oct. 1 in Redmond, Washington. All MVP members will try to be there for sure.
I waited for it and watched the live webcast for 1 hour. I really enjoyed the “security talk” about spyware, MS Antispyware.
@CJ,You look so cool in there! You’re so impressive! Congrats with the job well done.
For those who missed it, watch the recorded Microsoft Executive Circle Webcast: Security360 with Mike Nash: Keeping an Eye on Spyware
What you’ll see (Checklist):
What Is It? Video
The 360° Roundtable
Security Progress Update
Q & A
Resources / Close
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