Microsoft has named Daniel Mann Most Valuable Professional (MVP)

Posted by InCycle - October 08, 2014

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InCycle is proud to announce that Microsoft has named Daniel Mann Most Valuable Professional (MVP) in the field of Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) for the first time. Daniel Mann has been a software development consultant with InCycle Software for the past two years. Before joining InCycle, Daniel spent over a decade designing and writing software, and has worn many hats within organizations at various points in his career: System administrator, developer, team lead, and Scrum Master. He’s passionate about writing good, loosely-coupled, easily-testable software, unit testing, and modern DevOps practices. Since the summer of 2013, Daniel has served as InCycle’s technical lead on Release Management, and has spent countless hours helping organizations improve their software deployment practices.

Microsoft annually recognizes an exclusive group of individuals worldwide who contributed to distinct technological communities. The Microsoft MVP program is a worldwide award and recognition program that strives to identify the top professionals in technical communities around the world. Microsoft MVPs are recognized for both their demonstrated practical expertise and willingness to share their experience with peers in the Microsoft technical communities.

Congratulations to Daniel!

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