blue-infinity congratulates MVPs

We are once again pleased to announce that Marius Constantinescu and Rodrigo Pinto have been recognised with the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) Award, for 2017-2018.

The MVP award is given to exceptional technical community leaders who share their remarkable passion, real-world knowledge, and technical expertise with others through demonstration of exemplary commitment. Patrick Malone, Director Community & Advocacy Programs Microsoft adds "We appreciate your outstanding contributions in the Office Servers and Services technical communities during the past year."

"The Microsoft MVP Award provides us the unique opportunity to celebrate and honor your significant contributions and say "thank you" for your technical leadership." 

With 20 years in the IT industry, Marius (left of picture) is still as curious today as ever about IT innovation and that of his specialty, Microsoft technologies. As one of their MVP Office Servers and Services, he has proved himself on the international Microsoft stage, holding conferences, addressing audiences around Europe, and as head of the SharePoint User Group Switzerland. This is his 5th MVP Award.

Rodrigo (right of picture) hails from Lisbon, Portugal and has been active in the SharePoint community for nearly a decade. Pinto is the lead consultant and SharePoint architect at blue-infinity as well as the founder of the SharePoint Portuguese User Group which he has run for the last seven years. He has held a MVP Office Servers and Services designation since April of 2011. This marks his 7th MVP Award.

Congratulations on your MVP Awards, Marius and Rodrigo!

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