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Third year in a row- Microsoft MVP again!!

Today is Sunday and I was not expecting this as today is holiday although I know it was Microsoft Mvp renewal day. At evening I got the congratulation email from the Microsoft. Yeah!! I am Microsoft Most Valuable Professional again. I got the same message as a part of Mvp. Thanks Microsoft again.

Dear Jalpesh Vadgama,
Congratulations! We are pleased to present you with the 2012 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 Visual C# technical communities during the past year.


Feeling is again same as first time. I am going to dedicated this award to my family. My parents who always inspired me to do new things. My wife who scarifies her time to write blogs. My brother who support me in every possible way.

On this occasion, I would also like to thanks my reader without their support it was no possible to achieve this. Thanks for reading my blog!!. Please do keep reading this.
I will try to write as much as possible.

I would also like to thanks ‘Tanmay Kapoor’ My Mvp lead for continuous support. 



Once again thank you all for your continuous support and love. There are lots of new technologies in Microsoft Stack and I am going to write lots of blog post about all the new stuff. So stay tuned for the same.

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  1. Congratulations for being MVP.

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  2. @Pandit Harsh - Thank your for your kind word!!

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