I’m a Microsoft MVP (again)!
I just received a letter notifying me that I was awarded the Microsoft MVP award for Visual C# for 2010. I’m very honored to receive the award (the second time). Here’s to hoping that 2010 will be a good year for C# and anything else technological that I’ve been talking about on this blog, in online communities, at UG meetings, and at various conferences!
I would never have made it without the help and support of several people I would like to call out here, as well as many friends and colleagues not listed here:
- David Bassa, Erez Fliess, and Ishai Ram, my managers and friends at Sela whose endless patience, support, and willingness to cooperate with my craziness have been vital to my overall happiness and my technical achievements;
- Alon Fliess, who continues to be my role model as a technical leader, CTO, well-rounded guru, and good friend;
- Guy Burstein, a good friend from Microsoft who kept the Israeli developer community alive and kicking during the past few (difficult) years, and who is constantly coming up with great new ways to involve more and more developers in online and offline activities.
And last but not least, thank you, dear readers, for following me during the last year and for your emails and comments.