Today I’ve been awarded the Microsoft MVP status.
I’m very happy about it and want to express my gratitude towards:
- the company I work for, SoftPro Tetral, for providing a nice climate to learn and evolve from day one, and for supporting me in my wishes and activities
- my collegues, for pushing each other to his/her limits
- Chris Webb, for his kind words about me when I was starting and everything involving me being at two SQLBits conferences
- Edward Melomed, Raymond-Lee and other forum moderators, for regularly following my posts in SSAS forum
- Alessandro Teglia, for bringing good news as my new MVP lead
- Dean Vitner, for giving me a chance at Kulendayz conference
- all members of SSAS forum, some for sharing their problems, others for sharing their knowledge and ideas with the rest of us
- SSAS bloggers, for valuable information in their articles and Vidas Matelis, for his SSAS-Info hub
- readers of my humble blog, for their small but encouraging feedback
- everyone else I met, vitually or in real world during this year or so, for sharing a moment and enriching me as a person
- and last but not least, my family, for having patience with me during my moments of inspiration
Thank you all.
PS: I could just drop those bullets, leave the last sentence and hope that you’ll all recognize yourself in it. But then, you know me, I find it hard to write a small post