2012 Microsoft® MVP Award

Last night I have got this mail from Microsoft MVP award program manager.

“Dear Ahsan Murshed,

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.”


Alhamdulillah,I am pleased to say that Microsoft has re-awarded me Microsoft MVP status again for 2012! This is my second consecutive MVP award, this year for Microsoft ASP.NET/IIS. I am really proud about this. This reward obviously motivated me to give more effort for community.

Comments

Sagar said…
congrats!!
arif said…
Jotil boss,great work:)
Sharif ahmad said…
Murshed congrats!!wow this is 2nd time you got it....great work
Jhon said…
Congratulation boss.....you did a nice job ;)
sebastian said…
Congratulaitons...your blog is very much useful for asp.net developer...its a great asset for community..thanks guy...keep it up
Anonymous said…
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kazi Firoj said…
Oh boss I am really very very happy....good job brother....

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