Pues eso… que nos dan puerta a los rMVP (ex-MVP de Microsoft) o lo que es lo mismo ya no tan Most Valuable Professional de Microsoft 🙂
Este es el mensaje recibido en el grupo de Yammer:
Important Update on the MVP Reconnect Program
The Microsoft MVP Program will be discontinuing the MVP Reconnect program as of May 18 due to updates in our program. We recognize the importance of staying connected as a community and here’s how you can stay engaged today:
Discover our Microsoft communities.
Visit the Microsoft Tech Community to find answers, ask questions, build skills and network with various communities and Microsoft Product Groups including AI and Machine Learning, Azure, Microsoft 365, Windows and many more!
Connect in Teams.
Communities in Microsoft Teams are available to you for free. Connect with other community members by creating a shared space to engage in conversations, host community calls, share files and photos in a secure way. You get to set guidelines for engaging with community members. Create a community in Teams today.
Claim your MVP alumni badge.
Your MVP alumni badge is yours to claim! To accept this badge, please complete this form [aka.ms/MVPAlumniBadge].You will then receive an email from email@example.com with the subject line: “You just earned a badge from Microsoft…”. Follow the steps in that email to claim your badge. This badge may be attached to your social media credentials such as LinkedIn. By sharing your badge to LinkedIn from Credly, anyone can click on the badge and learn more about your skills and verify your certification’s authenticity.
Regardless of your involvement in the MVP program, we do look forward to seeing all the great things you’ll do for the community.
Microsoft MVP Program Team
Así que… ¡Hasta luego Luca!