Ken Getz has been an MVP since the program began in 1994.
Kathleen Dollard has been an MVP for years.
While we are all very busy congratulating the brand new MVPs (as we should be and I am doing it as well), don’t forget there are many who have been MVPs year after year for a long time. I think they should be offered continued congratulations as well. The MVP program is growing because there are just so many more people getting very actively involved in the community, which is exciting. But do remember it’s roots. MVP status does not roll over. These people have been earning it year after year. Also, there are MVPs for every area of Microsoft technologies : consumer applications, windows operating systems and server systems, office applications and developer applications.
Here is the mvp website www.microsoftmvp.com
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