In anticipation of today, earlier this week I had declared today Pancake Day and started the day making pancakes. It was a great way to blow through the first hour without wearing out the F5 key on my laptop.
Now the waiting is over and I am happy to say my SQL Server MVP status was renewed for 2010. Awesome.
I’d like to thank everyone who has asked me questions, answered my questions and allowed me to present in the past year. All of this and many other things helped contribute to this renewal.
If you aren’t familiar with the Microsoft’s MVP program, it is designed by Microsoft to recognize individuals active in the SQL Server community. These people have made contributions that help build and support the SQL Server community.
A lot of well deserved people also had SQL Server MVP status awarded or renewed today. Take a chance if you can and congratulate the following:
- Geoff Hiten (blog | twitter)
- Laerte Junior (blog | twitter)
- Mladen Prajdic (blog | twitter)
- Denis Gobo (blog | twitter)
- Patrick LeBlanc (blog | twitter)
- Ted Krueger (blog | twitter)
- Arnie Rowland (blog | twitter)
- Robert C. Cain (blog | twitter)
- Gail Shaw (blog | twitter)
- Glenn Berry (blog | twitter)
- Allen White (blog | twitter)
- Dan English (blog | twitter)
- Madhivanan (blog)
- Chuck Heinzelman (blog | twitter)
- Matija Lah (blog)
- Michael Coles (blog | twitter)
If I missed anyone, let me know and I’ll add them to the list. Great group of folks.
Update 1:35 PM
Dropped a name I mistakenly added due to over excited clicking in Tweetdeck. Added three more names that I missed earlier.
Update 1:55 PM
Added four more that I found out about after the last update.
Update July 2, 2010
Fixed a few more names of MVPs.