NOTE: The record for consecutive years in our track is currently held by MVP Victoria Yudin, with 7 consecutive years.
Also, I must congratulate MVP Frank Hamelly for being reawarded. Frank's contributions have also earned him the right of passage.
So you ask, "what does a Microsoft MVP do?" Here is just a few things I did since last July:
Published 186 blog articles on this site
Continue to prop up The Dynamics GP Blogster on Facebook, now with 230 active followers (join here)
Answered over 2500 questions on the various user newsgroups and forums
Answered over 1450 questions on the Online Partner Technical Community
Started a monthly specialized column on Microsoft Dynamics Community, IMHO with The Dynamics GP Blogster - 6 articles published so far
Serve as Advisor on MSDynamicsWorld's Editorial Advisory Board
Presented at the Microsoft Dynamics GP Technical Conference 2011 (more than 80 hours invested on prep time)
Presented at GPUG DayONE event
Presented at the Microsoft Convergence Atlanta 2011 (more than 100 hours invested in prep time)
Championed the Microsoft Dynamics GP MVP Product Interaction Group monthly discussions with the Microsoft Dynamics GP Product Management Team.
Presented at the MSDynamicsWorld Decisions 2011 Spring virtual conference
Continue to provide features' input and beta testing support for the Support Debugging Tool.
The year is still young and you can expect to see me around at a few upcoming events and training sessions, including the GPUG Summit in Las Vegas, Nevada this coming November.
For more information on the Microsoft MVP Award Program, visit the MVP Award Program Blog site.
Until next post!
Mariano Gomez, MVP
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