Let us learn Microsoft MVP Award 2018 – The Passion. I am humbled and honored to receive my 4th Microsoft MVP award in the Enterprise Mobility category. I want to thank all of my supporters, readers, subscribers of this blog, my MVP colleagues, and all technology enthusiasts through this post.
I got this Award for IT Pro community contributions towards SCCM and Intune technical communities.
What is Microsoft MVP Award – It’s not a Certification?
Microsoft MVP award (Most Valuable Professional) is not a certification. You can’t write an exam and get the Microsoft MVP program.
The Microsoft MVP Award is an annual award that recognizes exceptional technology community leaders worldwide who actively share their high quality, real-world expertise with users and Microsoft.
How to get Microsoft MVP Award?
This award is all about the passion for helping the community rather than anything else. I started blogging and community contributions back in 2010. But I got my first Microsoft MVP award in 2015. So don’t care about whether you get the MVP award or not. You continue contributing to the tech community.
Trust me; this approach will help you improve your professional and personal lives. More details about becoming an MVP are available in a Microsoft MVP Award Program blog post. I would recommend reading the position to get more information.
What are my contributions to getting a Microsoft MVP Award?
As I mentioned before, it’s all about the passion for helping your technical community. If you want to get an award and make community contributions just for that, you may not reach there. But the pure passion for sharing your real-world experience with your fellow technical people will surely bring you this Award.
It would help if you dedicated your time to providing quality content to your technical community. It can be anything useful for the community—video tutorials, blogs, eBooks, Books, Activities in different Forums, etc.
My contributions are
- Blog Articles – AnoopCNair.com
- Video Tutorials – YouTube
- Video Tutorials – Facebook
- SCCM Community Forums – Facebook
- Intune Community Forums – Facebook
- TechNet Community Forums
- Helping Fellow IT Pros via Twitter
- Helping Fellow IT Pros via LinkedIn
- Speaking and other activities – Bangalore IT Pro User Group
- Other Contributions via different channels