April 1st at noon, I received an email from MVPAward congratulating me for becoming a Visual Studio ALM MVP. Don’t worry it wasn’t an April fool’s day prank.
It took me a great effort and dedication to achieve that but it is really worth it. During the last two years I have learned a lot from reading, experimenting and answering questions on the MSDN forums. I was also glad to share my experience and knowledge in Team Foundation Server and ALM with the community through my blog and presentations.
I would like to thank God for all the bounties he has been giving me and I would also like to thank everybody who contributed to the achievement of this milestone in my career. A special thanks goes to my wife, parents, family, Ottawa IT Community, MEA ALM Community, those who nominated me for this award and the readers of my blog.