I just received word that I’ve been awarded with the Microsoft MVP award for ASP.NET for 2009. I’ve been a Microsoft MVP since 2003. It’s always nice to receive the MVP award, but it’s even better to see the impact that you have on the community. Six years ago, Northeastern Pennsylvania had no user group. In fact, most developers and IT professionals had no idea that Microsoft had a new .NET Framework. Things have changed. Many companies now use the framework and our user group has expanded to include IT professional and open source content. We’ve hosted events at our … Continue reading Microsoft MVP… Again!
On Wednesday, Scott Guthrie announced that beginning with version 3.5 of the .NET Framework (and VS2008), the base class libraries will be browsable and can be used for debugging purposes. On Tuesday I found out that I received the MVP award again. Congrats to all of the other new and renewed MVPs out there! On Monday we invited a new member, David Barkol, to join the ASPInsiders. Our group is expanding and a few more developers will be added in the upcoming months.