Honored to be Renominated as Microsoft MVP for 2012
On April 1 (yes, it has the potential of being an April Fool’s every time!) I received the renomination letter—I am honored to receive the Microsoft MVP Award in Visual C# for 2012.
As I wrote a year ago, 2011 was an exciting year for C#—I had several opportunities to talk about async methods and the parallelism revolution last year, and 2012—the year of Windows 8—promises to be even more interesting for C# as we tackle the development of Metro-style apps.
I wouldn’t be writing this post if it weren’t for the help and support of my colleagues, friends, and managers at SELA and our business partners and friends at Microsoft Israel. Specifically, David Bassa and Ishai Ram are still the best managers and friends a tech professional can have, and Guy Burstein of Microsoft DPE continuously amazes me by shaping the Israeli developer community with MSDN events and user group meetings.
Thanks for reading—I am looking forward for the rest of 2012 and hope to continue providing you with interesting information on gory CLR internals and debugging problems :-)
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