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Congrats to Mark Polino, Jon Rivers, Mariano Gomez, Frank Hamelly, Victoria Yudin and all others who have got into the hall of fame for 2012. You have all been great mentors to the community, and there is absolutely no doubts in that. Thanks for all your help and efforts and we hope to get the same out of you the following years as well.
You can get the list of all 100 winners here.
You can read more of these details on the blog articles listed below, written by community folks:
http://vaidymohan.com/2012/05/09/microsoft-dynamics-most-influential-people-top-100/ – Vaidy Mohan
http://www.jivtesh.com/2012/05/2012-microsoft-dynamics-most.html – Jivtesh Singh
And as all have mentioned, I definitely second everyone’s mention of David Musgrave, whose name has not appeared on the list for the second consecutive year. This sounds pretty absurd, since ever since I moved into Dynamics GP, I have known David to be a motivating factor to many a member in the community (including the ones who have entered the hall of fame this year and before). And to see his name missing, seems funny (what else to say?). There is definitely a loophole in the Dynamicsworld.co.uk method of identifying the hall of fame, which needs to be corrected as soon as possible.
Last but not the least, it is not that David only gets his recognition if he is listed in the top 100. I would just say that he is just incomparable, which is the ONLY reason why he has not appeared in these lists. David – we salute you!!!
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