I just wanted to take a moment to recognize some folks who work hard to help their fellow IT professionals out of some interesting jams. The Cisco Support Community (CSC, formerly NetPro) recently announced the 2013 Cisco Designated VIPs.
The Cisco Designated VIP program recognizes the top
external individual contributors in Cisco's online communities,
including the Cisco Learning Network (CLN), the Cisco Support
Community (CSC), and the Cisco Developers Network (CDN). Cisco
Designated VIPs are recognized by their peers for their expertise and
tireless contributions. Cisco Designated VIPs are generous, credible,
and accessible to their peers and their abundant participation is vital
to community success. With the Cisco Designated VIP program, Cisco
formally recognizes the positive, valuable influence our top individual
members exert on the communities overall.
This is the third year for this program and I am happy to see the Cisco team that runs the program keeping it alive an well. The CSC is, without a doubt, the best online resource for getting support and information on Cisco technologies.
Of course, this is the first year that I am not on the VIP list. I guess we'll have to remediate that oversight next year! To Dan Bruhn, Litsa Pitsillidou, and all of the other Cisco folks that keep the community alive (sorry if I don't mention you by name) -- keep up the outstanding work! I may still see you at Cisco Live and I will still want a shirt ;-)
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