Director of Software Development & Integration for Sta-home Health & Hospice, Inc.Chairman of the Board of Advisors for the Dynamics GP User Group (GPUG)
10+ years with Dynamics-GP (GL, AP, HR, Payroll, Maintenance, Training, Upgrades, Security) 15+ years as a Database Administrator (Maintenance, Performance, Warehousing, Validation, Correctness, Alerts, BI & Reporting)20+ years as a Developer (Written software for IBM, BCBS, Schools, Nursing Homes, & Home Health)
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For anyone that knows me, I think they will all agree that I have the “Gift of Gab”. In other words, In other words I am not afraid to talk.
However, on October 1, 2012, Microsoft found a way to make me utterly, and totally speechless!
I received an email that stated “Congratulations! We are pleased to present you with the 2012 Microsoft® MVP Award!”
I must admit I stared at the email for several minutes in utter disbelief.
No words can truly express the honor I feel to have received such a prestigious award and I will do my utmost best to live up to the ideas and standards of that award.
Thank you Microsoft,
Congrats John! You definitely deserve the award based on how much you help others within the community.
Congrats John! Welcome to the family.
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