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Waseem Awwad Wins Microsoft Award for the seventh Year in a Row

Despite the hard times, Waseem Awwad impressively won the Microsoft most valuable professional award (MVP) for the seventh year in a row.

However, this astonishing achievement did not come true, without fierce competition.

Thousands of technology experts were picked from around the world and after some rigorous selection and tough competition based on high criteria, Waseem Awwad won again the award of Microsoft’s most valuable professional.

Previously chosen as one of the top 10 Hi-tech experts, Waseem Awwad, the Paris-based consultant hailing from Palestine, is a senior strategic business development director and Microsoft technology consultant, scored an impressive record of first place in 29 international competitions in the past, plus 41 advanced accredited international certificates with high distinction.

Waseem Awwad also registered a considerable number of patents and achieved 146+ scores in a global IQ test. He is also leading the Cyber-SWAT team for critical missions around the continents.

What’s more?

Aside from Waseem remarkable feat in Microsoft, he has also contributed his super intelligence immensely to the European team by developing an advanced system that helps to identify people infected with the Covid-19 virus using artificial intelligence and measure the extent to which people abide by the preventive standards set by the World Health Organization (WHO) against the virus.

Without a doubt, I’ll say there is no height that cannot be scaled by a person who knows the secrets of making dreams come true including the four C’S – curiosity, confidence, courage, and constancy; the greatest of them is confidence.

“When you believe in a thing, believe in it all the way, implicitly and unquestionable,” Awwad told thenewyorktoday news after winning the award.

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