Microsoft MVP: Proud to be an MVP (July 2012)

I'm so delighted to see an email with subject "Congratulations Microsoft MVP" in my mailbox this morning.
I'm honored to be recognized in Microsoft MVP Program, this is one of the most prestigious award and one of the great achievement of my life. I am feeling very proud because this time I got it from Microsoft and also got opportunity to join the experts in the Microsoft MVP Community.
Here is the body of the mail that I received:

Dear Abhimanyu Kumar Vatsa,
Congratulations! We are pleased to present you with the 2012 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 ASP.NET/IIS technical communities during the past year.

I'd like to thanks to my all friends, family, community experts, blog readers and also like to send my special thank to Kunal Chowdhury [Twitter, FB, Blog], Abhishek Kant [Twitter, FB], Shivprasad Koirala [Twitter, FB, Blog], Mahesh Chand (Founder of Mindcracker Community and C# Corner) [Twitter, FB] for their continuous encouragements.

My very special thanks to Dhananjay Kumar [Twitter, FB, Blog], who guided me a lot about blogging as well as suggested me to join Microsoft MVP Program by writing some quality posts. I still remember his one of the thought "Microsoft MVP Award is not an Award rather it is a Responsibility that every MVP’s should follow".

I will give a special thanks to Microsoft India MVP Lead Tanmay Kapoor [Twitter, FB], for considering my nomination and recognizing me.

I first became a C# Corner (Mindcracker) MVP in 2010 and today I'm a Microsoft MVP. I'd like to give a very special thanks to people from C# Corner specially Mahesh Chand, Suthish Nair and Praveen Kumar who continuously supported me, guided me and encouraged me to achieve this.

Here comes the list of new Community Rock-stars:

1)      Abhimanyu Kumar Vatsa - ASP.NET/IIS
2)      Joydeep Das – SQL Server
3)      Vidya Sagar Gudisa - Windows Expert-Consumer
4)      Dilip Pandey – Excel
5)      Pranay A Rana – Visual C#

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  1. Congratulations Abhimanyu. You are well deserved guy for this recognition.

  2. Awesome! Congratulations Abhimanyu :)

  3. Congo dude. i think you are youngest MVP in Microsoft. very happy to hear this news.


    1. thanks. i don't know i'm youngest or not, but really feeling very proud.

  4. Congratulations!! You are very well deserved!!

  5. Congrats Sir... Its really a very good news...!!!

  6. Congratz Abhimanyu...You deserve it. Keep it up.


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