I am very happy and excited to share that once again I have received prestigious Microsoft Most Valuable Professional Award

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First time I got Microsoft MVP award in 2010 in Connected System Development specialization. In 2015, my specialization got changed to ASP.NET/IIS and in 2016, it changed to Visual Studio and Development. Once again, in 2017, I got awarded in Visual Studio and Development technologies.

You get this award if contribute to developer communities and enable them in various ways such as

  • Writing books
  • Writing articles
  • Writing blog posts
  • Delivering free sessions, workshops etc.
  • Answering questions in forums like Stackoverflow
  • Contributing to open source projects
  • Providing feedback to Microsoft products team etc.

Since last few years, I have been working on JavaScript and Angular. Therefore, I am contributing to developer community around these technologies. To give you some idea in 2016 only, I hosted 19 free workshop on Angular in various Indian cities. Besides these workshops, written many blog posts on JavaScript and Angular.

My journey as Microsoft MVP was never possible without support from my amazing employer Infragistics. I work as Developer Evangelist for Infragistics and I urge you to check our amazing JavaScript product Ignite UI here.

Finally, I would like to thank many seniors who have been inspiring me to do better and each one of you for your support. I am aspired for being more useful to you.

Below it is I in front of my MVP award wall  in my MVP Tshirt

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Thanks

DJ

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