I received an email today informing me that I’ve been awarded the status of Microsoft MVP in the Visual Developer - ASP/ASP.NET category. I was aiming for an MVP for non-visual developers, but my 57 Lynx readers didn’t have enough clout to make that happen.
What does it mean to be a Microsoft MVP? I’m not really fully sure yet. You can read the official blurb about the program here.
In general I think it means I get to use the above logo on my blog and may start blogging about the problems with the MVP program and how the standards aren’t what they used to be now that they let the riff-raff in.
Remember kids. Riff-raff are the people they let into an organization after you’ve been admitted.
In all seriousness though, I appreciate the honor and want to thank Rob Conery for initially nominating me and K. Scott Allen for also nominating me later.