MVP Award 12

11 years now, wow 😲 It's actually 11 and a bit because it was April Fool's Day in 2011 that my first MVP award came through. At the time, I referred to myself as "The Accidental MVP" as I'd no expectation of an award, it just came from me being me. It's the same again today, and the last year has been full of just doing the stuff I love; loads of talks (which, like the one above at AusCERT, are actually starting to happen in front of real live humans again), live streams every week, blog posts and perhaps my favourite thing of all, open sourcing Pwned Passwords and standing up an ingestion pipeline for the FBI. Cool 😎

But it has to be said that all these things only happen through the support of the community. There'd be no open source Pwned Passwords if nobody wanted to contribute, no live streams or blog posts if people didn't want to watch them and no conference talks if nobody attended. So, thank you for tuning in and giving me a platform to do what I love 😊

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Hi, I'm Troy Hunt, I write this blog, create courses for Pluralsight and am a Microsoft Regional Director and MVP who travels the world speaking at events and training technology professionals