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Awarded Microsoft MVP Award for IIS!

July 1, 2008 15:07 by Andrew Westgarth

This afternoon I received an email from Microsoft telling me that I've been awarded the 2008 Microsoft MVP award for my efforts in the Internet Information Services Community over the past year.  This is a great honour to be classified in the same group as the many other great MVPs who do great work throughout the community.  I hope I can continue in the same way in the coming months and years.

Categories: IIS | Microsoft | MVP
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Dominic Hodgson

gratz matey Smile... do you get a cake?

Dominic Hodgson | July 1 2008 15:20

Colin Angus Mackay

Congratulations. It is an overdue award and one that you richly deserve.

Colin Angus Mackay | July 1 2008 17:01

Bill Staples

Congratulations!  It is great to have you on the IIS MVP team. Smile

Bill Staples | July 1 2008 18:50

Tim Leung

Congratulations and well done! I’m sure many will agree that this is well deserved.

Tim Leung | July 2 2008 01:20

Phil Pursglove

Go Andy! Go Andy! Go Andy!

Phil Pursglove | July 2 2008 08:17

Richard Costall

Well Done Andy - well deserved... Reflects on the amount of work and time you have given to the developer community - keep it up Smile

Richard Costall | July 4 2008 06:53

George Gallagher

Nicely done Andy, about time VBUG had an MVP flag....you follow in Grahams footsteps

George Gallagher | August 1 2008 03:32

Andrew Westgarth

Thanks Everyone, really pleased, and looking forward to continuing the work I've been doing Smile

Andrew Westgarth | August 1 2008 03:37

Peter Schmidt

Congratulations!
Well deserved, nice work you are doing on your site.

Peter Schmidt | August 5 2008 13:41



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