Chris O’Brien and Steve Goodman announced as Microsoft MVP

Chris O’Brien and Steve Goodman have oth been re-confirmed as Microsoft Most Valuable Professionals (Microsoft MVPs) in an announcement on 1st July 2015. Chris was awarded MVP status for SharePoint and Steve recognised as an MVP for Exchange.

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Microsoft describes their MVPs as: ‘exceptional technical community leaders from around the world who are awarded for voluntarily sharing their high quality, real world expertise in offline and online technical communities. Microsoft MVPs are a highly select group of experts that represents the technical community’s best and brightest, and they share a deep commitment to community and a willingness to help others’.

Chris who is Head of Development at Content and Code has been a Microsoft MVP since 2008. This is the eighth year he has been awarded the MVP status.

Steve is Head of Unified Communications at Content and Code and has been a Microsoft MVP since 2012. This is the fourth time he has been awarded the status.

Commenting on the awards Content and Code CEO Tim Wallis said: “This is fantastic news and congratulations to both Chris and Steve. At Content and Code we ensure we have the most talented people so we can deliver challenging projects for our clients”.


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