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Windows 7: Google tells employee: you can no longer be a MVP.

06 Oct 2009   #1

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Google tells employee: you can no longer be a MVP.

Google doesn't mind hiring a Microsoft Most Valued Professional (MVP), but apparently the search giant does mind its new employee keeping the software giant's title. "It's with some sadness that I have to announce that as of the start of October, I'm no longer a Microsoft MVP," British developer Jon Skeet wrote on his Microsoft MVP blog. "As renewal time came round again, I asked my employer whether it was okay for me to renew, and was advised not to do so. As a result, while I enjoyed being awarded as an MVP, I've asked not to be considered for renewal this year."
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This was posted HERE yesterday. Please post comments there instead.
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