• Isidora Katanic

Wow, I received the #AzureHeroes Award!

Today I’m happy to share that I received a congratulations email from Microsoft with the #AzureHeroes Inclusive Leader badger! Recipients of this award are recognized for working to ensure that the communities and events they are involved in are inclusive and have adopted a code of conduct which promotes a diverse line-up. There’s only a limited number available [100 for Inclusive Leader] and I’m proud to be 1 out of 100 community members earning this cool award. This motivates me even more to always ensure an inclusive environment in all my community activities. Thank you Microsoft for the nomination and the award!



Know #AzureHeroes in the community?

If you know members in our community who fit the profile of an Azure Hero, you can nominate them in the following categories:


Inclusive Leader

[Limited supply 100]


The Inclusive Leader badger has worked to ensure that the communities and events they are involved in are inclusive and have adopted a code of conduct which promotes a diverse line-up of speakers and audience members.


Content Hero

[Limited supply 250]


The Content Hero badger is a true contributor to the community and has created original content including the development of sample code or collections of learning resources. Additionally, they've documented and shared their experiences and lessons learned to help others to build their solutions on Azure.


Community Hero

[Limited supply 550]


The Community Hero badger is recognized for sharing their knowledge at conferences, meetups or other relevant events. Contribution can be made through speaking at or organizing meetups/ conferences or by being an active member of the community who are sharing content.


Mentor

[Limited supply 800]


The Mentor badger is recognized as one who shares their knowledge and empowers the more junior members of the community by guiding and coaching them to acquire more hands-on skills. Mentoring is critical to career development and for building skills and achieving long-term career goals.


Maker

[Limited supply 10k]


The Maker badger is recognized as being a source of innovation and for using tools to improve the world around them. We give this recognition to people who complete specific challenges as makers in OpenHacks, bootcamps and hackathons or for hands-on work with Azure without guided instructions.


Once again, thank you for the nomination and the Azure Heroes award! I truly feel honored for this recognition! <3 I also


An example of a community activity: hosting the Women in Tech Networking Break at Experts Live Europe 2019

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