So far as I know, MVPs are annouced the first day of each quarter.
Congratulations to Frank La Vigne who was re-awarded Tablet PC MVP for another year!
Update! Darrell Norton was renewed as an ASP.Net MVP!
Congrats also to David Silverlight, the brains behind Community Credit, XML PitStop, NonProfitWays, Code Camp Evals, and many other cool websites - at least one of which he's asked me not to talk about yet! David was also re-awarded as an XML MVP.
I was nominated for Q3 / 2006 but not awarded. I was disappointed but understood: the process looks at your community involvement over the past year, and I sort of "came out of nowhere" a few months earlier.
I was fortunate enough to be nominated again earlier this year. And today I received the news I was awarded SQL Server MVP! The email arrived around 4:30 AM EDT. I was up until 3:45 AM EDT polishing off my Testing The Database chapter for the upcoming Wrox book: Professional Software Testing with Visual Studio 2005 Team System: Tools for Software Developers and Test Engineers - so I almost knew about it real-time!
It's a huge honor and I am humbled and overwhelmed all at the same time.
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