Be an MVP

Yesterday I realized that I have been writing software with and for Microsoft systems for more than 28 years. I help every day colleagues, friends and the community to solve their challenges and no one actually gets anything from it. Above all, not Microsoft. So I decided to use my technical help for the community to attract more attention and to confirm this from Microsoft. This is very important to me because I spent 2/3 of the time of my life helping people with Microsoft products. I have also made it my job, as a software developer, to work out solutions for all possible challenges. Therefore, I am currently employed in a local data center as deputy head of the software development division (E-Government Center). To acknowledge this many help from Microsoft, I am currently working on the MVP (Most Valuable Professional) award. This blog is supposed to help me. I hope you like it.