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Windows Insider MVP Program launched by Microsoft

Microsoft has announced the launch of its new Windows Insider MVP Program. There was a significant restructuring for the Microsoft MVP Program announced earlier, where it was stated that the existing Microsoft MVP Program would be focused on Developers and […]

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Microsoft announces the retirement of MVP Mentor Program

Microsoft has now decided to discontinue the MVP Mentor program, that helped connect students with Microsoft MVPs.  The MVP Mentor Program was a relatively new program from Microsoft that helped connect students who want to learn more about Microsoft technologies […]

Meet Microsoft’s first Most Valuable Professional (MVP)

Microsoft is celebrating 20 years of the MVP Award program. With the MVP Summit underway, currently in Bellevue & Redmond, Microsoft has found it fit to talk about the first MVP Awardee. Calvin Hsia, a developer who lived in Hawaii, […]

Microsoft Launches Mentorship Program In Africa

Microsoft today unveiled its mentorship program to be conducted by software developers in Kenya – and Africa in general, especially for the ICT incubation hubs and schools across the country.  Microsoft’s Africa Apps team will lead the mentorship program which […]

Celebrating 20 years of the Microsoft MVP Award program

In early days, when no social networking tools existed, there were as few as 34 original MVPs. The number now exceeds up to 4000. Those were the days when experts in Microsoft technology provided their assistance not through Tweets or […]

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Microsoft introduces the MVP Student Mentor Program for MSPs

This is one fine new initiative that Microsoft has introduced! MVPs will now have the option to ‘officially’ associate with and mentor up to two MSPs, as a part of the MVP Student Mentor Program. The Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) Program recognizes […]

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Australia Recognises Its First Visually Impaired MVP

MVP Kenny Johar was recently awarded the Microsoft MVP Award, for his contributions towards Internet Explorer. He has carved out a successful IT career by helping to make technology, more accessible to Australia’s visually impaired.