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<Quote>: Oliver is currently a full time student at the University
of Maryland where he is working towards his undergraduate
degree in Computer Science.
Oliver has been working with computers from a very young
age and started using Microsoft products with the release
of Windows 3.1. Some of his programming proficiencies include
C, CSS, OCml, Ruby, PHP, and HTML.
He spends the majority of his private time being a moderator
at UtterAccess.com, posting replies at other support forums
and studying. He has provided service to online discussion
forums, answering more then 30,000 technical questions.
Oliver was also the technical editor for Expert Access 2007
Programming as well as a contributor for RibbonX: Customizing
the Office 2007 Ribbon. Additionally, he is the owner and
webmaster of www.access-freak.com. Since it was launched,
the site has helped ten thousands of users of Microsoft Access
make the transition from earlier versions to the 2007 edition.
Oliver was born in Germany, but moved permanently to the
USA in 2003 where he currently lives with his beautiful wife,
cat and Mini-Dachshund in Maryland.
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I am a member of several online discussion
forums including Access World Forums, Microsoft Discussion
Groups and UtterAccess forums. Throughout time I have provided
service to these communities by answering more than 25,000
technical questions. My involvement has earned me a moderator
status at UtterAccess forums as well as a prestigious Microsoft
Most Valuable Professional award.
<Quote>: Microsoft Most Valuable Professionals (MVPs)
are exceptional technical community leaders from
around the world who are awarded for voluntarily
sharing their high quality, real world expertise
in offline and online technical communities. Microsoft
MVPs are a highly select group of experts that
represents the technical community's best and brightest,
and they share a deep commitment to community and
a willingness to help others.
MVPs represent a broad spectrum of Microsoft
product users. They occupy many different professions
including accountants, teachers, artists, engineers
and technologists. MVPs reside in over 90 countries,
represent 30 different languages, and cover more
than 90 Microsoft technologies.
MVPs tend to be early adopters of new technology
and actively communicate their experiences to millions
of other technology users. Through their extensive
community activity, MVPs help others solve problems
and discover new capabilities, helping people get
the maximum value from their technology.
Each year, the technical community's best and
brightest are awarded as Microsoft MVPs.