It’s an honor that I have been selected again for the fifth year by Microsoft to receive the MVP award for 2012 in SharePoint competency.
Yesterday, I also received a mail from my MVP lead saying that I’ve been awarded with a custom disk to add to the MVP Crystal Wedge Award, this milestone disk was provided for achieving the MVP award for 5 years straight.
I would like to thank Microsoft and all the community fellows.
If you are interested in learning more about the MVP Award Program, check the following program links:
- Microsoft MVP Award Program.
- About MVP.
- How to become an MVP.
And finally congratulation for all the new and renewed MVPs for this year.
I will be presenting at Microsoft Jordan Open Door 2011 next week, if you are interested and it happens that you are at Amman by then, you are more than welcome to join me and the other speakers at this event, I’ve included the registration link below in addition to the sessions I am going to deliver, would love to see you all there.
1- Microsoft Jordan Open Door 2011 Official Web Site.
1- Day 1/ Developer Track, 03:00 PM – 03:50 PM, 1st, November, 2011:
Business SharePoint Apps in Minutes: The New VS Lightswitch Overview
2- Day 2/ IT PRO Track, 04:00 PM – 04:50 PM, 2nd, November, 2011:
Understanding Cloud Platforms: A Rational Comparison
So, I published my speaking engagements for this year on this blog into a separate page:
I will be updating the schedule information whenever I have any new speaking engagement.
If you’re in the area and interested in the topics, feel free to stop by.
I would like to introduce DotNetArabi, the first Arabic Technical Podcast series, which is organized and managed by Emad AlAshi, a community advocate and .NET expert from Jordan.
Back in March, 2010 at TechEd Middle East – Dubai, I Interviewed Scott Hanselman the well known guru in .NET world, Interview was translated to Arabic by DotNetArabi Team, here is the link for the interview:
Emad Also interviewed me during the first SharePoint Saturday – Jordan event back in February, 2010, and here is the podcast:
Also, here is another interview with me during Jordan Remix back in 2009:
Below, find links to the podcast web site and Facebook page:
- DotNetArabi Web Site
- DotNetArabi Facebook Page
- Emad AlAshi Blog