I want to take the time to thank Microsoft and the MVP Community for awarding me the MVP Award for contributions in Visual C#. I would also like to thank Hande Kayadeniz Torkan, MVP Community Program Manager for MEA for all her support and assistance. My hope is to continue contributing to the C# (and other) communities and share, collaborate and connect with individuals with a passion for technology.
Becoming a Microsoft MVP
Here is an excerpt from the MVP page:
MVPs are passionate about Microsoft technology and recognized for their exceptional technical expertise, their willingness to help others make the most of their technology, and for making a significant and positive impact on technical communities.
This is no small feat: Of the more than 100 million social and technical community members worldwide, each year only about 3,800 are recognized as MVPs.
Becoming an MVP is more than just recognition. For me it is a lifestyle and an eagerness to impart knowledge and most importantly, learn from other individuals and to pass that knowledge on.