Wow, what a delightful surprise to see former InfoPath'er (and NetDocser) Adriana winning this award in her post-Microsoft life:
She's one of several winners in the region.
Neagu was called out for inventing FormoPublish services, a simplified system for non-technical business users to deploy custom mobile applications.
Nice recognition of what Windows Live does to hook-up to Microsoft and non-Microsoft services:
[...] if you are a newcomer to Windows Live and check out the applications, either as an all-in-one download or piece by piece, you will discover one very un-Microsoft feature: They are not designed to work only with Microsoft products.
Take Windows Live Mail, for instance. The e-mail program can download Web mail from Google's Gmail and from AOL, as well as Microsoft's own Hotmail.
Or the new Photo Gallery: You can also upload your Windows Live-enhanced photos to Flickr, the picture-sharing Web site run by Yahoo.
Non-technical stuff going on with EricRi in the Northwest.
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