Predica = MVP^2

Few times a year (every three months actually), based on some feedback from community and its own evaluation process Microsoft is awarding selected individuals with special award – Most Valuable Professional, MVP.

MVP is special kind of award which Microsoft grants for people who has contributed their time and knowledge in order to help others in technical community.  This contribution might have different forms like contribution code for community, answering topics on forums, speaking engagements or authoring a blog.

At Predica we are lucky that we have a great team of great people, and this January Microsoft has decided to award two of them with MVP award for 2013. And winners are …

… Our dedicated dev lead and in-house open source manager Maciek Aniserowicz was awarded for 6’th year in a row with MVP award in Visual C# area.

Tomek Onyszko, who still evangelizes Predica team and customers on identity was awarded for 2’nd time with MVP awarded in Enterprise Security area (before he joined Microsoft he used to be MVP for Directory Services).

Congrats to both of them and keep doing good work!!!

As Predica team we will not get MVP award but anyway we will keep providing our value for community here on the blog and through our contribution of code and technical expertise on-line. Hopefully you will have a chance also to meet us on speaking on some conferences. Looking forward for interesting 2013 and beyond.

Category: Predica
  • craig says:

    Way to go!

    2013-01-04 at 08:58
  • Soren says:


    2013-01-04 at 09:25
  • Artur says:

    Proud to know you guys :)

    2013-01-05 at 00:02
  • Jorge says:

    Congratulations to both of you!
    Now there is little to no reason for not going to the MVP Summit!

    2013-01-21 at 12:35

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