Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Windows Insider MVP Interview of Me! #WIMVP

#WIMVPI was contacted recently by one of the Windows Insider MVP Program Managers asking to set up a telephone interview.  The results of the interview were published today.

For those who haven't heard about the Windows Insider MVP Program, it was initiated following the reorganization of the Microsoft MVP Program in October, 2016.  As a result of the changes, Xbox MVPs moved under the management of the XBox team and the consumer MVPs moved to the Windows Insider Program.  The initial Windows Insider MVPs comprised the former Consumer Security, Surface, Windows Experience and Windows Phone MVPs. 

Special thanks to the Windows Insider MVP Program Managers, Tyler Ahn and Joe Camp, for all their hard work and to Dona Sarkar and the Windows Insider Program for their willingness to take us on.

Following the January, 2017, award cycle, there are approximately 200 Windows Insider MVPs (#WIMVP).  Although there isn't an official website yet, fellow MVP, Barb Bowman, created an unofficial list of the WIMVPs who provided her with information.  The list can be found in the references below.

As to the interview, you can find it here:

Windows Insider MVP and Security Specialist

(Before you ask, yes, the picture in the article is me but, as evidenced by the telephone and IBM Model D typewriter, it was from many years ago.)


Remember - "A day without laughter is a day wasted."
May the wind sing to you and the sun rise in your heart...


Anand Khanse said...

That's a very nice interview, Corrine. :)

Reldel said...

Congratulations, well deserved.

Corrine said...

Thank you, Anand and Reldel.

Kosh said...

Well done! I can't imagine them choosing better.

sm said...

Photo is very beautiful just saw it thought that its very old photograph may be taken with some instant photo camera which people used before 1990
Beautiful quote - Remember - "A day without laughter is a day wasted."
May the wind sing to you and the sun rise in your heart

Corrine said...

No, not an instant camera and long before 1990. 😉 One of the researchers was doing tests for a school program and took that picture.