Microsoft MVP Award
By Richard Rost 12 months ago
I've Been Given the Microsoft MVP Award for a 3rd Time!
I'm happy to announce that I've been given the Microsoft MVP Award for a third time. It's a great honor given by Microsoft every year to "technology experts who passionately share their knowledge with the community." There are only about 3,000 people worldwide who have this distinction and I'm very happy to once again be listed amongst them.
I was awarded for the first time back in 2014 and then again 2015. Then due to some personal and professional setbacks (including some health issues) I was unable to contribute much for a few years. However since 2020, I've been more productive making new videos than ever before. I love Access, and I love teaching, so making videos for you guys is definitely a passion of mine. It's nice to be recognized for my work.
I'd like to thank Mike Wolfe from NoLongerSet.com for nominating me last year. Alex Hedley, my right hand man and admin on my website nominated me back in 2014. Back then anyone could put in a nomination. Microsoft changed the rules a couple years ago so now only current MVPs and Microsoft employees can put in nominations. So thanks again to Mike and to Alex and of course the other guys on my website who help things to run smoothly in the forums: Kevin, Adam, Scott, Dan, Juan, and John. I couldn't do all of this without your help.
So here's to another year of making lots of awesome video tutorials and I've got lots more planned for 2023. Cheers!
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