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Windows PowerShell MVP for another year!

It’s that of the year again! July 1st is usually the day I look forward to receiving the MVP award mailer from Microsoft. And, yes, it is here again. This will be my 6th consecutive MVP award year and I am glad to be a part of the elite community! I enjoyed writing my first published book and I evangelized Windows PowerShell DSC a lot in last one year. I started writing about containers. I have learned a quite a bit around IoT, Azure, AWS, and GCE. So, naturally, I am looking forward to more this coming year as I expand beyond PowerShell and DSC. Stay tuned!

Windows PowerShell MVP for another year!

I am happy to share this news once again. In fact, for the fifth time 🙂 The past year has been a very interesting one. With the release of PowerShell 4.0 and DSC, I had a chance to reach out to large number of community members and help them understand the new technology. I am sure this will only get better in the coming year. I am looking forward to it.

Windows PowerShell MVP for another year

I just got the email from Microsoft saying I’ve been renewed for 2nd year as Windows PowerShell MVP. Nice way to end the day! Dear Ravikanth C, Congratulations! We are pleased to present you with the 2011 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 PowerShell technical communities during the past year. The Microsoft MVP Award provides us the unique opportunity to celebrate and honor your significant contributions and say “Thank you for your technical leadership.” Toby Richards General Manager Community & Online Support  

MVP award in PowerShell

I am probably the last one to blog about the July 2010 MVP awards. I have not been able to update this blog regularly for several reasons. Anyway, on July 1st, I received the MVP award notification from MS. I did not even know about it until @msigeek called me up to give the news. I was thrilled and excited. I would like to thank @msigeek, @kaliyans and @indiaMVP for all their support. And, of course, the PowerShell community out there. You guys made me a MVP. Thank you..! Here is what I received as a part of MVP welcome kit.