Congratulations to the following TechTalk contributors who have been recognized by Microsoft as MVPs.
✓Bill Pytlovany (bitsfrombill.com) – WinPatrol/Bits from Bill
✓Anand Khanse (thewindowsclubs.com) – The Windows Club
✓James Fisher (windowstalk.org) – Windows Talk
✓Ellen Finkelstein (ellenfinkelstein.com) – PowerPoint Tips
The Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) Award is an annual award given to outstanding members of Microsoft’s technical communities based on contributions made during the previous 12 months to offline and online Microsoft-related technical communities.
Of 100 million technical community participants worldwide, about 4,000 are MVPs. Outstanding technical community members are nominated by their peers, Microsoft employees, and MVPs. Each year a panel of Microsoft employees reviews the contributions of each nominee for quality, quantity, and level of impact on the technical community. Today’s MVPs reflect Microsoft’s global customer base and breadth of technologies.