First year awarded:
Number of MVP Awards:
SharePoint Server, Office365, ASP.NET/IIS
A regular contributor at UtterAccess (the premier online Access community and help forum at http://www.utteraccess.com), Leo was recognized as an Utter Access VIP after only one month of being a member. He continues to help hundreds of Access users worldwide find technical solutions to their database projects. When UtterAccess launched the Access Wiki in early 2010, Leo volunteered to be a Wiki moderator performing clean up and policing duties on all publicly contributed articles to make sure they are valid and useful. He also posted a couple of Wiki articles on Access use and development. Utter Access administrators recognized his hard work in both the Wiki and Forums sides of UtterAccess, so in September 2010, they also appointed Leo as a moderator for the UA Forums, which keeps him busy deleting spams and helping users get familiar with the new Utter Access user interface. Through his unwavering dedication in helping the Access community, Leo amassed a staggering over 55,000 posts at UtterAccess - the first of its kind in the Forum's history. As a result, he's earned the respect of fellow Access MVPs and was given an opportunity to collaborate with the authors of "Professional Access 2013 Programming" from Wrox (Wiley) as a contributor and technical editor.