Hello Microsoft community.
Today is Monday, the day of our Interview with a Wiki Ninja.
And our interviewee will be Eduardo Sena.
He has been a member of the community since 2010.
He holds the title of MVP Windows Expert-IT Pro.
Author of the blog: http://www.eduardosena.com.br/
Let's get to know him a little more.
Who are you?
My name is Eduardo Sena and I am from the city of Teixeira de Freitas located within the Bahia in Brazil. I work as a support analyst at Unimed extreme south where I'm responsible for infrastructure. I'm also in the elaboration of projects of local infrastructure improvements and new features to assist in employee productivity in the enterprise. In the community I'm MVP in the category of Windows Expert-IT Pro.
Which technologies are your specialties?
I specialize in solutions for deployment and desktop management where use technologies such as Windows Intune and MDT 2012/2013. I'm always in search of new knowledge, and one of them is about Windows Server 2012.
How did you become MVP?
I work in the community since 2010. I started writing a few posts on my personal blog eduardosena.com.br with the intention of helping people resolve questions related to Windows 7. Participate actively in the Technet forums Windows Client and Windows Server technologies. Then I started doing face-to-face events in my region and also Webcasts. In 2011, I joined the Group MTAC and as a result went to the MSP where I stayed for a year.
In 2014, received the award for MVP Windows Expert-IT Pro by contributions to the community. Which is an honor for me.
Do you have any suggestion or tip for other members of the community who hope to become an MVP?
The tip that I leave to the community members, who want to become an MVP or being part of any other group of influencers from Microsoft is to make their contributions just because they like to spread their knowledge and learn. The recognition will be a consequence of the work done in the community. It was with that thought that I started my contributions in the community and keep it until today.
How were you introduced to the Technet Wiki?
I met the TechNet Wiki in a Webcast presented by Yuri Diogenes and other members of the community. He presented the Wiki and made the invitation to everyone in the community that could contribute, at the time the Wiki was starting in Brazil and had not yet exclusive page for articles in Portuguese. From this moment I started writing and I always do it when I have time.
What was your first collaboration?
My first contribution was about:
In which locations do you also contribute?
In addition to the Wiki, usually contribute answers to the TechNet forums, write posts on my personal blog eduardosena.com.br and msinfra.net blog and am comunnity lead along with the MTAC Thiago Guirotto in the technical community called WSG – Windows Study Group.
What are your projects?
The main project for the community that I'm working on now is Quintas de TI. In it I have the support of friends Thiago Guirotto and Erick Albuquerque. The Farms of TI is an independent project presented every Thursday the 23:00. It is presented by leading practitioners and influencers of Microsoft technical community as MSPs, MTACs and MVPs. Furthermore, with the participation of professionals certified as: MCTs, MCSAs and MCPs. the project aims to disseminate knowledge at various levels and for anyone who wants to improve their knowledge.
How does the TechNet Wiki fit in your work?
Usually use the Technet Wiki as a rich source of research, which helps me and sana my doubts concerning the various Microsoft technologies. I use Wiki in the same way within my work, as a knowledge base for me and the team as a whole.
What interests you the most about TechNet Wiki?
The most interesting thing on Wiki is how content is offered and the amount of documents. This gives us a rich source of content for a variety of Microsoft technologies. What interests me are the guides for survival where we can find a centralized point with several articles relating to a particular technology.
Among the items that are contributed to the TechNet Wiki community, what are your favorites?
My favorite Wiki articles are:
Who impressed you the most in the TechNet Wiki community?
Naming names I'd end up being unfair, even because it could get over someone. More I want to say that the Brazilian Wiki is to be congratulated on the quality and dedication of the files written by everyone.
The Microsoft community you help can only say thank you. So… Thank you very much!
Eduardo's will, dedication, and commitment to help us is of the most fundamental importance of all.
We are sure that your example motivates other employees to be part of this great team that is the TechNet community.
Continue with the great collaboration!
Until the next opportunity,
Wiki Ninja Hezequias Vasconcelos