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Today is the day where the Microsoft community officially award the community with the Microsoft MVP award. We will all receive some new friends and old friends and also we loose some dear friends (that we of course hope to see back into the program again). I’ve been fortunate to be re-awarded with the Office Servers and Services Microsoft MVP award, for the 8th consecutive year. Thank you Microsoft!
As usual, being an MVP is not something you can take for granted and you have to work hard to stay in the program. But all you can do is have fun and share your joy with the rest of the Microsoft community. I really would like to thank my peer MVPs, the community and the Microsoft product teams – specifically the SharePoint and Teams teams. I’ve had tons of fun this year and I’m looking forward to an exciting new year ahead.
I'm happy to just have recieved the e-mail that informs me that I'm renewed as Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP), for the seventh time. This time it's in the Office Servers and Services category after last years change in the program. Previously I was awarded within SharePoint Server.
To be honest with you, the last few years has been well…average, but this year will be epic in the history of SharePoint, Office and Office 365! Looking forward to all the continued co-operation with Microsoft and my MVP peers.
Aprils fools day and for the sixth time I have been awarded with the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) recognition for SharePoint Server.
Dear Wictor Wilen,
Congratulations! We are pleased to present you with the 2015 Microsoft® MVP Award! This award is given to exceptional technical community leaders who actively share their high quality, real world expertise with others. We appreciate your outstanding contributions in SharePoint Server technical communities during the past year.
Thank you Microsoft, my employer and those in the community that still gives me the kicks in contributing on- and offline.
April 1st 2014, for many a day full of jokes, but for 966 individuals this is the day they either is being awarded the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award or being renewed as MVPs. I’m fortunate to be one of those this time, and now for my fifth year!
This award is given to exceptional technical community leaders who actively share their high quality, real world expertise with others. We appreciate your outstanding contributions in SharePoint Server technical communities during the past year.
Thank you everyone for your support!
I just received the confirmation that I am renewed as SharePoint MVP (Microsoft Most Valuable Professional) for my fourth consecutive year. It’s an honor being chosen among all the professionals around the world, especially now when SharePoint is getting more and more widespread and is being adopted by more and more companies worldwide.
I’d like to take the opportunity to say thanks all my colleagues at Connecta, that put up with me, and all my friends around the world that I’ve learnt to know throughout these years. I’ll continue to write obscure blog posts and show up at conferences, and I will continue to organize the Swedish SharePoint User Group meetings.
Thank you all for the support!