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I’m an MVP!

I am extremely happy and grateful to become a Microsoft MVP!


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23 Responses to I’m an MVP!

  1. Darrell says:

    Thanks Brian, Steve, Scott, and Don (and anyone else I missed). I look forward to meeting all of you at either TechEd or the MVP Summit!

  2. Don Demsak says:

    Congrats, and welcome to the club. Now I got another voice to help get some more TDD oriented folks into the program.

  3. Steve Maine says:

    Congratulations! It’s very well deserved.

  4. I have been out of the last few days — so busy, I missed this one.

    Congratulations, dude!! It’s about time!

  5. Brian Lamprecht says:

    Gratz dood

  6. Congrats!! Very cool!

  7. Jason Row says:

    Way to go Darrell! Nice feather in your cap.

  8. Welcome ! and why took you so long :)

  9. Congratulations Darrell!

    Another agiler in the fold … we’ll take over yet! :-)

  10. Darrell says:

    Thanks everyone! I feel very honored and excited! 😀

  11. Roy Osherove says:

    Congrats :)
    It’s about time!

  12. Bil Simser says:

    Congrats and welcome to the dark side!

  13. pvanooijen says:

    Code best ! Congratulations !

  14. Really well deserved, this one D! Congrats!

  15. James Avery says:

    Sweet! Congrats!

  16. Steve says:

    That’s awesome, congrats, and well deserved!

  17. Sahil Malik says:

    WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO !!! :) I am so glad man !! Hey two out of what .. 15 .. Codebetter rocks man !!

  18. Dave says:

    Nice. Congrats.

  19. johnpapa says:

    Wow, its catching! 😉

    Seriously, congratulations!

  20. rlewallen says:

    I thought you already were an MVP, did you get renewed?

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