Microsoft MVP (Excel)
One of the biggest honours I've received is to be awarded the Microsoft MVP award for Excel
The following quote
best explains the MVP award:
Originally Posted by Rich Kaplan and Sean O'Driscoll of Microsoft
The Microsoft MVP distinction is awarded annually, and must be re-earned every year. I was first awarded on October 1st, 2006, and an proud to say that I have be re-awarded every year since then.
My Microsoft MVP profile can be found at https://mvp.support.microsoft.com/profile/Ken.Puls
This award also spawned a Press Release
by my accounting body (CMABC), which in turn led to a mention in the Vancouver Sun's Kudos section
on June 25, 2007.
I have also been flattered to receive the 30th Cell Master award at Colo's Excel site. For those not in the know, Colo is a very gifted Excel MVP from Japan, and this was a very select list of extermely talented indivduals. (Honestly, I'm not quite sure I deserved to be on there!) Unfortunatley Colo's site is no longer running, so I can't share the interview that Colo and I did.
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