St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) July 26, 2011
KnowledgeLake, provider of Enterprise Content Management (ECM) solutions exclusively for Microsoft SharePoint, cordially congratulates Sr. Software Engineer, Steve Curran for being honored with the notable 2011 Microsoft SharePoint MVP Award. MVPs are considered technical leaders as they actively share their high quality, real-world expertise with the development community.
Steve Curran – Microsoft MVP
This is the third year that Steve Curran has received the Microsoft MVP Award. As stated by Microsoft: “We seek to recognize the best and brightest from technology communities around the world with the Microsoft® Most Valuable Professional (MVP) Award.”
Steve has been a software developer since 1990, having the privilege to work with many large companies using Microsoft technologies. He claims his greatest opportunity came in 2004 by becoming an innovator for KnowledgeLake using the SharePoint platform. Director of Engineering, Brett Grego has worked closely with Steve for many years saying: “Steve Curran is an extremely valuable member of our Engineering Team. As an Engineering Team Lead, Steve serves as both a technical leader and mentor to the other members of his team. In this same regard, he contributes to the SharePoint development community in much the same manner. His dedication and willingness to share his high-quality, real-world expertise with the community has earned him a 2011 Microsoft SharePoint MVP Award from Microsoft for the third straight year.”
When asked about receiving the honor, Steve had a humble attitude to share: “Receiving the SharePoint MVP is a great honor because you are recognized for your technical contributions to the SharePoint community. I enjoy being able to help other developers understand and use SharePoint in the forums and through TechNet. Helping others also helps me retain my SharePoint knowledge. You cannot keep what you do not give away.”
About Steve Curran
Steve is passionate about SharePoint: “The potential of what SharePoint can do is a never ending challenge to me. Understanding SharePoint and making it more useful provides great satisfaction.” He is an avid runner, running approximately 20 miles a week. In addition to reading technical material he likes to read classic literature: “Learning from the past is a great way to predict the future.” Steve Curran’s SharePoint Field Notes blog can be found at http://sharepointfieldnotes.blogspot.com/ and you can follow him on Twitter at spsteve.
About the KnowledgeLake ECM Solution
KnowledgeLake develops document imaging related products and solutions for Microsoft SharePoint. KnowledgeLake extends the ECM capabilities of SharePoint, enabling businesses to reduce mailing costs, streamline operations, and achieve regulatory compliance using familiar Microsoft products that most businesses already own and use. KnowledgeLake products and solutions are deployed globally in thousands of organizations in many different horizontal and vertical industry sectors including public sector, healthcare, financial services, transportation and more. For more information, visit http://www.knowledgelake.com.
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