So January is here, and I have been informed I am no longer an MVP.
I held the MVP award for 9 years, so I am happy with that, would have been nice to make it a 10th, but hey ho
To be honest I am not too surprised by this announcement, as I have become more and more interested in a wider range of things, such as
I also spent most of the last year blogging about these subjects.
I was told that MVPs these days are contributing about 120 blobs per year in the UK so that is what one is up against.
I have 2 kids so that’s not going to happen for me, like ever, anyone with 2 or more kids will know what I mean here
Like I say I am not surprised, it has been great to be recognized as an MVP, even though I never did go to a single MVP summit (should have doh)
And I would like to thank Microsoft for the opportunity to preach the good word.
I would also like to personally thank Chris Maunder of codeproject.com who was the chap that originally nominated me, thanks so much Chris. Chris you rock.
As for what’s next for me, I am going to continue to blog, and I hope to get back into writing articles for codeproject.com again after a break from that.
You can expect me to keep on writing about stuff that I enjoy.
So for now over and out, thanks for all the support over the years guys/girls.