Microsoft Awards LT Director of Engineering MVP Designation

We are excited to celebrate Lean TECHniques Director of Engineering, Scott Sauber, and his recent MVP (Most Valuable Professional) designation from Microsoft.

According to the tech giant themselves, the MVP award is given to “technology experts who passionately share their knowledge with the community.”

While Microsoft doesn’t share the specific reasons someone is named an MVP, Scott is an avid learner and continuously works to share that knowledge back with the broader community through the work he does at LT, community user groups, conferences, and more. 

Scott is one of 110 others within the U.S. currently recognized for his leadership and contributions within Microsoft’s developer technologies category. And now, through this MVP designation, Scott will now be part of a select group of individuals getting early access to review and provide feedback on new Microsoft offerings. 

“Scott lives out LT’s values of curiosity and professionalism every day through the work he does to support LT team members and clients. This award is an outward reflection of who he is, what he loves and the impact he makes within the technology community,” said Tim Gifford, Lean TECHniques’ Chief Innovation Officer.

Congrats, Scott! You’ve always been an MVP in our hearts, but now it’s official! You can view Scott’s MVP profile here.