Thursday, 4 August 2016

Thank you IBM! Thank you @IBMChampions!

Today I received my IBM Champion Package! For this I am very grateful! Thank you very much IBM ! Thank you very much @IBMChampions. I am very grateful and honored to be a part of this amazing IBM program.


An IBM Champion is someone who makes exceptional contributions to the technical community. Contributions can come in a variety of forms, and popular contributions include blogging, speaking at conferences or events, moderating forums, leading user groups, and authoring books or magazines. Educators can also become IBM Champions; for example, academic faculty may become IBM Champions by including IBM products and technologies in course curricula and encouraging students to build skills and expertise in these areas.
An IBM Champion is not an IBMer, and can live in any country. IBM Champions share their accomplishments and activities in their public profiles on IBM developerWorks, making it easy for the IT professional community to learn more about them and their contributions, and engage with them.

As Amanda Bauman mentioned in her blog post, It's time to start thinking about your nominations for the 2017 IBM Champion program!
The IBM Champion program requires IBM advocacy and influence outside one's own organization or customer engagements.

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