CodeProject MVP 2022 Award

Yayy!!!

It’s been almost 8 years that I have been working with open source communities and 6 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.

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.

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