July 11, 2011
Since the early 1990s, Microsoft has recognized the inspiring activities of MVPs around the world with the MVP Award. MVPs freely share their deep knowledge, real-world experience, and impartial, objective feedback to help people enhance the way they use technology. Of more than 100 million users who participate in technology communities, around 4,000 are recognized as Microsoft MVPs.
MVPs make exceptional contributions to technical communities, sharing their passion, knowledge, and know-how. Meanwhile, because MVPs hear the opinions and needs of many others in the technical community, they are well-placed to share highly focused feedback with Microsoft.
MVPs are independent experts who are offered a close connection with people at Microsoft. To acknowledge MVPs’ leadership and provide a platform to help support their efforts, Microsoft often gives MVPs early access to Microsoft products, as well as the opportunity to pass on their highly targeted feedback and recommendations about product design, development, and support.
Awarded in over ninety technology areas, MVPs reflect Microsoft’s global customer base and the breadth of Microsoft’s technologies. A significant proportion of new MVPs represent emerging markets in China, Russia, and Korea, as well as smaller markets including Ghana, Nepal, and Kazakhstan.
Here are the recent MVP’s from the Philippines:
John D. Delizo: Management Infrastructure
John currently is a Technical Lead at UST Global in Mckinley Hills, Taguig City Philippines, where he develops and deploy business solutions created with .NET framework on Windows
Elczar Peralta Adame: SharePoint Server
A real world technologist concentrating in SharePoint Products and Technologies, Elczar P. Adame is the Knowledge Management Solutions Lead of ApSmith Solutions Corporation. He…
Michael Delgado Corpuz: SQL Azure
Enterprise Solutions Architect at Alta SE Asia, a wholly owned subsidiary of Alta Resources.
Rodney C. Jao: Windows Phone Development
Been speaking for Microsoft Philippines starting 1999 and all MSDN Developer Days since then. Also speaks on MSDN provincial sessions in Baguio, Cebu, and in Davao.
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