I am very thankful to be awarded a seventh straight SharePoint MVP award by Microsoft. It has been a great journey starting all the way back in 2009. I am so glad to be part of a great community that shares it’s expertise and experience with others. Both SharePoint and Office 365 MVP’s dedicate a lot of time to provide others with information that can make them more productive. I have first hand experience knowing that developing for SharePoint and Office 365 can be frustrating and demanding. However, I also know that MVP’s get great satisfaction knowing they solved a problem for someone. Most MVP’s live and breath the technology they are involved in. We know that SharePoint and Office 365 is a great platform for making users productive. We are constantly obsessed with understanding and making the platform better. This is evident by the great number of sources of information that SharePoint and Office 365 MVP’s provide and contribute to. MVP’s produce code examples, best practices, blog posts, forum answers, development tools and great presentations. I love this community because when I need an answer to a technical problem I can usually find it from these resources. I am looking forward to another great year in the SharePoint community.