As we begin 2017 I wanted to thank everyone for making this blog a resounding success. Your comments, your shares, and your feedback mean a lot to me and I want to thank you for your continued support.
As we wrap up the third year at SuperTekBoy I wanted to share some numbers with you.
- In 2015, SuperTekBoy welcomed 320,000 visitors who viewed 450,000 pages.
- In 2016, SuperTekBoy welcomed 377,000 visitors who viewed 521,000 pages.
That’s around 18% growth. Thank you!
With your continued support–your shares, your likes, your follows–I am sure we can continue this upward trend.
Never could I have imagined 3 years ago that this site would grow to the extent it has. Thank you!
Without you, there is no need for me. So, as always, I desire your feedback. Good or bad. Plus, let me know if there is an article you’d like me to write.
My First Microsoft MVP award
On July 1st I had the great pleasure of receiving my first ever Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award. It was truly a great honor and I am humbled that I was nominated.
I want to give a special shout out to everyone who supports this blog. Your comments, your follows, your likes and your shares–they have all got me to this point. Thank you.
I would like to offer special thanks to my family, friends, colleagues, and employer. Thank you for your continued support and for challenging me to the best I can be.
In 2015 I had achieved my MCSA in Server 2012. This year I picked up my exam in Exchange 2016. I was also grandfathered into the new MCSE Productivity certification.
Still a little undecided on whether my certification track will head towards something Azure or identity-related.
Becoming a US Citizen
This year I had the privilege of becoming a US Citizen. I have lived in the USA for almost twenty years.
Pictured to the right I am receiving my certificate of naturalization from the judge who presided over the naturalization ceremony.
Part of the switch from permanent resident to citizen involves taking a number of tests, being interviewed by a naturalization officer and taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Two responsibilities when becoming a citizen is to participate in the democratic process and serve on a jury when called upon.
It’s hard to know what 2017 will bring. But with hard work (and maybe a little luck) let’s bring our dreams to reality.
I wish you all the best in 2017–but most of all I wish you good health.
Together, let’s make 2017 the best year ever! Happy New Year!