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MVP

Tuesday, January 4, 2005 Comments

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Here is a very nice surprise for the new year:  I have been awarded the Microsoft MVP status for Visual C# for 2005! 

Of course, I know this doesn't happen by my efforts alone. The year 2004 was fantastic for me with many opportunities to participate and speak in user groups and conferences (Win-Dev 2004, Code Camp II, Heartland Developers Conference), and sharing my experiences with others through my blog and various newsgroups. With those opportunities I have met many great people in the .NET community in person and/or over the internet, and it is that community that I am very grateful and thankful for being a part and enriching my professional and personal life. Because of all these opportunities, I have made some friendships that span across the world. Thank you for your encouragement and support!

And, thank you Microsoft for this recognition and honor!

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