CodeProject MVP 2022 Award

Yayy!!!

It’s been almost 8 years that I have been working with open source communities and 6, 7 years that I have been awarded as an MVP by CodeProject.

CodeProject has more than 15 million members on the platform and only awards ~40 members who are most active.
CodeProject has more than 15 million members on the platform and only awards ~40 members who are most active.

Every year in January, CodeProject publishes an active list of their MVPs for the next year. I am really honored to be among these “experts”. I am aiming to publish more content, so starting with this good news. I will be moving back to my .NET and Microsoft domains. However, I will still tend to publish more JavaScript (Node.js, React, etc.) and some other stuff that I learn.

Profile stats

Although I have been blabbing that 2021 was not a very active year for me. However, I was able to engage and contribute to the community in as many ways as I could. My profile stats however went up quite a bit. My primary contributions were around the questions and answers. I answered around 27 questions with a good range of answers receiving a 5-star rating.

The MVP certificate

I am currently waiting for the MVP certificate to arrive. I will update the post once I receive the certificate for this award.

I received my CodeProject MVP (MVE) certificate finally, and it looks beautiful.

CodeProject created Most valuable expert and Most valuable author programs for those who contribute in forums or question answers and those who contribute with articles and technical content. I have been awarded for my contributions to questions by community.
CodeProject created Most valuable expert and Most valuable author programs for those who contribute in forums or question answers and those who contribute with articles and technical content. I have been awarded for my contributions to questions by community.

Do visit my profile on CodeProject to read my articles of my answers to community questions (more than 1000 questions answers!). I’d like to continue contributing to the community, keeping my fingers crossed for this one. 🙂

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