#Marius Solbakken Mellum awarded Microsoft Security MVP
We would like to extend a heartfelt congratulations to Marius Solbakken Mellum for being awarded the Microsoft MVP «Most valueable professional» award in 2023 in the Security category. This is a well-deserved recognition of his tireless efforts to help and share his knowledge on Microsoft security in the community.
Marius has been a valuable member of the community, always going above and beyond to assist others and provide expert advice. His contributions to the field have been invaluable, and his expertise is greatly appreciated in both the public and inside Fortytwo!
We thank Marius for his dedication and hard work, and look forward to continuing to learn from him in the future. Congratulations once again on this well-deserved award, Marius! Keep up the great work. #WeAreFortytwo
#Fortytwo has three MVPs
Fortytwo has gained yet another MVP at Microsoft! A total of three people now hold this exclusive title, and Marius Solbakken Mellum is the latest to join the Security category. Alexander Rødland already holds the title within Windows and Devices for the ninth year in a row, and Roberth Strand holds the title within Microsoft Azure category for the second year in a row.
#Whats an MVP?
The Microsoft MVP (Most Valuable Professional) award is given to individuals who have demonstrated an exceptional level of expertise and a strong commitment to the Microsoft community. MVPs are recognized for their technical expertise, community leadership, and willingness to share their knowledge and experience with others.
MVPs come from a wide range of backgrounds and areas of expertise, including developers, IT professionals, and enthusiasts. To be considered for the MVP award, individuals must have a deep understanding of Microsoft products and technologies, as well as a proven track record of sharing their knowledge and experience with others through community contributions such as speaking engagements, blog posts, and forums.
The MVP award is given on a yearly basis, and recipients must reapply each year to maintain their MVP status. This ensures that the award is given to those who are actively engaged in the community and continuously demonstrate their expertise.