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Alex Dong Named Microsoft Visual Developer - Solutions Architect MVP

Senior Engineer for Objectiva Software Solutions Named One of Microsoft's Most Valuable Professionals (MVP) for 2005

SAN DIEGO, Jan. 31 /PRNewswire/ -- Objectiva Software Solutions, a leading provider of software outsourcing services, announced today that Senior Engineer Alex Dong was recently named one of Microsoft's 2005 Most Valuable Professionals, in the category of Visual Developer - Solutions Architect. There were 43 individuals worldwide honored in this MVP category -- Mr. Dong was the only one from China to be selected.

Microsoft began issuing the MVP awards more than ten years ago to honor individual users across 87 countries for their outstanding contributions to the Microsoft community. According to the Microsoft website, "MVPs are recognized, credible, and accessible individuals with expertise in one or more Microsoft products who actively participate in online and offline communities to share their knowledge and expertise with other Microsoft customers." (Read more at http://mvp.support.microsoft.com/)

In addition to his exceptional skill in and knowledge of Microsoft applications, Dong is a very active member in the Microsoft community. He heads a Beijing Microsoft.NET (.NET) user group on the web (http://www.mscommunity.com/usergroup/) and writes a monthly column for China's largest developer magazine, The Programmer, in relation to the topic of .NET. Along with his Mechanical Engineering degree (Jilin University, China), Dong holds several Microsoft certifications including MCP+I, MCSE and MCDBA. Notably, he is credited in the top 300 MCDBA's worldwide.

"Alex has been the primary player on Objectiva's most sophisticated and complex .NET projects in the past few years," commented Objectiva CEO Douglas Winter. "We were excited for Alex when the announcement was made, yet it really did not come as a surprise. He has always had a natural affinity towards .NET -- exhibiting a high level of interest and involvement with other users. This is a well-deserved honor."

This latest accolade for Objectiva Software Solutions reiterates the company's goal to be the top software services firm in China. Tao Ye, COO and GM for Objectiva China remarked, "When we first founded Objectiva, our Executive Team agreed to be rigorous in our associate selection. To deliver top notch products, you have to have a top notch team. Alex's award, our recent CMM certification and highlights in Industry analyst reports all demonstrate that we are reaching our goal."

-About Objectiva Software-

Objectiva Software Solutions, a division of Document Sciences Corporation , is a leading provider of software outsourcing services. With offices in San Diego, San Francisco, Toronto, France and Beijing, China, Objectiva helps its clients develop customized enterprise software solutions (J2EE, COM+ and MS.NET), web-based and client-server applications, and software for the wireless Internet. Objectiva's teams are run by US-based technical leaders with several years of experience in managing global software development efforts to take the burden off the client. Objectiva reduces the cost of software development without sacrificing quality, on-time delivery and time-to-market. For further information, visit us at http://www.objectivasoftware.com/ or contact us 760-602-1400 or [email protected].

Objectiva Software Solutions

CONTACT: Lauren R. O'Brien of Objectiva Software, +1-760-602-1507,
[email protected]

Web site: http://www.mscommunity.com/usergroup

Web site: http://mvp.support.microsoft.com/

Web site: http://www.objectivasoftware.com/

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