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Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) 2015

On October 1st, 987 exemplary community leaders around the world found out they have received the MVP Award! These individuals were chosen because they have demonstrated their deep commitment to helping others make the most of their technology, voluntarily sharing their passion and real-world knowledge of Microsoft products with the community.


I’m very pleased to announce that I'm one of them and have been awarded the Microsoft Azure Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award for 2015!



I would like to that the following people and communities for encouraging and helping me share and contribute to the community for the past years:

1. My family, friends and fiancée for their support.

2. Arnaud Meslier, Technical Evangelist at Microsoft IOI with whom I have been collaborating on different events and boot-camps for the past 3 years.

3. The Microsoft TechNet Community (WikiNinjas) for their collaboration on several Wiki Articles and also for featuring and recognizing several of them in the monthly Guru Awards, Weekly highlights and Weekly Top Contributor Awards.
See also my interview on the WikiNinjas blog here.

4. The Mauritius Software Craftsmanship Community for providing a platform to connect IT professionals and also for organizing several local meetups and conferences.

5. The C# Corner community for featuring several of my articles on their homepage and also for the gifts and goodies :)

6. The Microsoft Student Partners of Mauritius for their support in several local events.

7. The MEA Influencer community for providing a platform to connect technology enthusiast in the MEA region.

Thank You All!

Congratulations also to Linley Meslier, renewed Microsoft MVP from Mauritius for 8 consecutive years!

Cheers!
Chervine


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