A new MVP is born
I’m proud to announce you that Elguc Yusifbeyli, a very active member of the WikiNinjas(TR) has been selected to be a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional. He is a TAT member since 6 months but wrote extremely high level articles in Turkish and Azerbaijani.
In 6 months’ time he wrote several articles, edited and commented many more than he wrote. He’s also a writer on the WikiNinjasTR blog. You can check his stats just here under. Working with him is extremely pleasant and I’m pretty sure he’ll do a lot of stuff for the Wikininjas in the coming years!
What means being MVP
According to the MVP site (http://mvp.microsoft.com): The Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) Award is our way of saying thank you to exceptional, independent community leaders who share their passion, technical expertise, and real-world knowledge of Microsoft products with others. It is part of Microsoft’s commitment to supporting and enriching technical communities. Even before the rises of the Internet and social media, people have come together to willingly offer their ideas and best practices in technical communities.
At Microsoft, we recognize the vital role these individuals play in the adoption and advancement of technology—and in helping our customers do great things with our products. This was the inspiration for the Microsoft MVP Award. Nearly two decades ago, we awarded 37 technical community leaders as MVPs.
Today, there are more than 4,000 MVPs worldwide. They represent more than 90 countries, speak over 40 languages, answer more than 10 million questions a year, and are awarded in almost 90 Microsoft technologies—reflecting the breadth of our products and our global communities.
Please join me to congratulate him and if you’re interested becoming a Microsoft MVP, please read the following:
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