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Bunifu CTO listed among Microsoft’s Most Valuable Professionals
March 17, 2017
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Bunifu CTO Kimutai Kipngetich (Kim Too Flex) feted by Microsoft

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Bunifu CTO, Kimutai Kipng’etich (Kim Too Flex) has been awarded as a Microsoft MVP (Most Valuable Professional) for the Visual Studio and Development Technologies award category following his consistent sharing of knowledge to Microsoft .NET developers technical community.

Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award is given to exceptional, independent community leaders who share their passion, technical expertise, and real-world knowledge of Microsoft products with others. The award is Microsoft’s way of saying Thank You to technical influencers like Kimutai, who actively share their technical expertise with the technical community.

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Kimutai was recognized and awarded as a Microsoft MVP for his community contributions aligned to his founding Bunifu UI .Net Framework in 2016, blogging about .Net Programming, working on open Source Project(s) on GitHub, showing Modern UI skills for C# and VB .Net and posting Videos that help .NET developers craft beautiful UI.

Kimutai works at Bunifu Technologies where he leads the technical team.

Bunifu is a software development and information security firm that provides data protection and information security solutions. Our flagship product is Bunifu Antivirus which offers unique PC security and prides itself as the first antivirus to be developed in Africa.

Bunifu also provides software tools that empowers software developers to build great interfaces and improve their productivity. In addition, Bunifu provides ERP solutions for schools that ensures efficiency in school administration.

Bunifu is also a partner with Microsoft under the program Microsoft Virus Information Alliance (MVIA) – an antimalware collaboration program for security software providers, security service providers, antimalware testing organizations, and other organizations involved in fighting cybercrime.

Kimutai was delighted by the award and he says: “I am extremely happy to have received the MVP award this year. It is special honor and brings a special feeling. I would like to send a special thanks to Hande of Microsoft, who has been always a great MVP Lead. Thanks to my YouTube Community – the 8,000 subscribers, thanks to Bunifu for inspiring and supporting me on everything, Developer Zone Kenya community, Mini-AfriHackon Community, Pentest-Ke and Microsoft DevZone Communities. Thanks also to friends and family and to the Microsoft .Net Engineers Team which is responsible for this great product- (Visual Studio).”

Kimutai’ s continued sharing of real world experience, knowledge and technical skills saw him listed among the few who were recognized with the award this year. He becomes one of the youngest developers globally to receive such accolades.

The MVP Award opens exciting opportunities for Kimutai to learn more about Microsoft products, services and the latest technologies that will help improve his skills and create opportunities for Bunifu and the technical community.

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