Microsoft MVP, Third Time’s a Charm
I just received my renomination letter for the Microsoft MVP award for Visual C#, 2011. This is the third year in a row, and what a blast these years have been!
I firmly believe that 2011 could be an amazing year for C#; what with the introduction of async methods in C# 5, which is a clear demonstration of how frameworks and fluent interfaces pale in comparison to the convenience and power of language keywords.
This time I am humbly receiving the MVP award as the CTO of Sela Group, where I am constantly amazed by the number and talent of technical folks who are taking us to new challenges in Israel and abroad. So in conclusion, I’d like to thank some good friends and colleagues:
- David Bassa and Ishai Ram, my managers and friends at Sela, who work with me at easy times and hard, and let me pursue whatever direction I consider important at the time;
- Guy Burstein, who leads the local Microsoft community by example and continues to be, after a few years with DPE, a role model of a technical evangelist;
- My colleagues, Sela’s top technical experts—too numerous to list here, who never fail to surprise with yet another area of expertise and yet another great answer.
Finally, to my readers—thanks, and stay tuned for 2011, 2012, and many more years to come :-)