I just got an email from my MVP Lead, Rafael Munoz, who has been on leave for 6 weeks to get to know his new baby. Now that I have met Rafael and a number of the leads, it makes me smile to get his emails. These folks are MVP leads for a reason. They are really just the nicest people and they love what they are doing. I know that this sounds really gooey – but I swear it’s true. Being an MVP lead used to be a “side” task to a Microsoft employees regular job. But the program has been modified a great deal and now it is a full time dedicated position.
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