Great news arrived today. Microsoft has given me the MVP title, once again! This my third year in a row as an MVP, and hopefully not my last.
I must say, though, that receiving this notification on April Fool’s Day is slightly unnerving… 😀
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Congratulations, you deserve it 😉
Congratulations! I think I’ve learned more about WPF from this blog than anything on the MSDN.
Thanks a lot, Thomas and Spivonious.
Congratulations! I guess everyone would agree to say you highly deserve it. I have learned a lot from you, especially about WPF and MVVM. Thanks a lot for everything!
Good one, Josh! Highly deserved – I’m still learning lots and lots from you.
Much appreciated, guys! 😀
Congrats! I love your articles and work on MVVM. Have taught me a lot. Now i’m a MVVM fiend. Keep up the good work!
Aye aye, icecactus. hehe
Agree with Damien, Thomas and all the guys…
Well deserved Josh. I’ve been a huge advocate of you and your blog. You actually are the reason why I too have a wordpress blog. You’re dedication has inspired me to give back. Microsoft MVP does not say enough for the amount of knowledge you have contributed to the community.
Congratulations man! 🙂
Wow, thanks a lot everybody. I really appreciate the kind words.
Microsoft can never deny you the MVP Status, It is just because of your work that i noticed WPF. I want you to be a MVP next time too……….. Eagerly waiting for your Next article.
You deserve it, fortunately there are people like you, congratulations again!
Just to echo other’s sentiments, Josh: Congratulations, and thanks for holding my hand through those first frightening, compelling, exciting steps on my own WPF journey.
Best wishes from Auckland – Ian Randall
Congratulations Josh! Good going.
You’ve worked hard for this title Josh! Congratulations are in order here. I’m not sure where I would be, in the wonderful world of WPF, without your insightful articles and demos. You’re definitely a most valuable player!
Congratulations! When I saw your post’s title, I thought “again? When the hell did you lose the title?” I guess that coffee has yet to sink in.
I was telling my boss the other day that we should put your name in the credits of our application (it’s a WPF app – you do the math… :))
Keep up the good work!
Congratulations Josh! You earned it.
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