Friday with International Community Update – Progress in each language (Mar. 2014)


Hello community!!
How's everything? Today is Friday with International Community Update.

The end of March is as follows:

The topic of this month:

  • 3rd largest amount of contribution in this month is French! This is the first time.
  • German almost caught up with Japanese. Indonesian is also approaching.
  • Danish contributed some articles for the first time in two and a half years.

That's the end of the report for this month.

I have a news. I became a Microsoft MVP (Windows Expert-IT Pro) for another year. Thank you. TechNet Wiki made it happen!!
How to become an MVP? Please see "How to Become an MVP or MCC".


Tomoaki Yoshizawa (yottun8)
TechNet Profile : Tomoaki Yoshizawa
twitter : @yottun8

Comments (15)

  1. Congratz on you MVP renewal!

  2. Davut EREN says:

    Thank you Tomoaki

  3. Hi Tomoaki,
    Thanks for this report, and congratulations for your MVP title renewal !
    I’m proud to see french community continue to contribute so much … The 4th place is in sight !
    Go go Philippe, Hezequias, Gokan ! 🙂

  4. Durval Ramos says:

    Congrats Tomoaki !!!

    You deserve the MVP award for all your work in our Community

  5. Congrats, really happy about this great news. And again, thanks for this post, love seeing it each month.

  6. Recep YUKSEL says:

    Thank you Tomoaki. Congratulations for your MVP title.

  7. Congratulations Tomoaki. Thanks for sharing information community.

  8. Wow! Here are the top languages this month…

    1. English – 181
    2. Turkish – 60
    3. French – 30
    4. Portuguese – 29
    5. Indonesian – 12
    6. German – 11
    7. Russian – 6
    8. Thai – 4
    9. Spanish, Italian, Azeri, Vietnamese, Korean, & Danish – 3
    10 Persian – 2

  9. Congratz with your MVP renewal, absolutly deserved. [tag:Proud] #TAT #French

  10. Thank you, all ninjas!! I’m very very happy to see these comments!

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