Karl Shifflett, last month's 1st prize winner just submitted an entry showing his recently being recognized as a CodeProject MVP. Nicely done, Karl!!! I also see the name of another regular contributor to Community Credit, Scott Dorman. Scott has also received his first Microsoft MVP this year so he is getting recognized big time (as well he should be). Congrats, also, to the other contributors who were awarded CodeProject MVPs. In processing Karl's submission, I just added a category for CodeProject MVP, worth 7,500 points, which is a pretty decent amount(worthy of such a title). CodeProject is a tremendous development community and to be named MVP must mean that you are realy worthy. Congrats to all!! Now, you can log credit for that accomplishment. Remember, nothing says recognition like an iToilet - IPod Docking Station Toilet Paper dispenser.
The list of this years CodeProject MVPs can be found here:
On a semi-related note, I was perusing the site and came across a "Temporarily unavailable" page. If you look at the message below, you can see why it made me crack up. It is by far one of the funniest error message screens that I have come across. Big thumbs up on style points there. I also like the 3D CodeProject guy holding the beer (I think it is a beer) and wrench. That is classic!
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