The MVP Award, which stands for "Most Valuable Professional" is an annual award given to outstanding members of Microsoft's peer-to-peer communities. The following list contains all of the names of the current VFP MVPs who have received awards for the 2003 - 2004 award cycle.
Per Ken Levy on Universal Thread 10/02/2003:
VFP MVP awards are given to those who are actively helping VFP developers on "FoxPro" related topics. Mostly online contributes for "technical assistance", but also adding to that is speaking at VFP events, writing VFP articles and books - on the topic of "FoxPro".
... I think it is good to have this issue clarified. It is not about politics or opinions, it is about FoxPro specific activity ...
Congratulations to everyone on this list, all of whom deserve it, and for some it's long overdue formal recognition. I presume MS is devising some sort of UberCategory in which to place Whil, Ted, and Jim. -- Steven Black
I agree, Steve. For Whil and Ted NOT to be on this list is kind of bizarre. - Andrew MacNeill
Trevor Hancock [MS] MVP Lead
Posted by Ken Levy on Universal Thread:
As of today (October 1, 2003), there is an updated list of Microsoft MVPs (Most Valued Professionals). Below is the new list of MVPs, and I listed the new VFP MVPs below as well.
New VFP MVP list (10/1/03-09/30/04):
Luis Maria Guayan
Pablo Roca Rozas
New MVPs in the list above:
Former VFP MVPs who are now .NET MVPs:
Not renewed from Mvp Vfp 2003
The most current list is here.
See: Most Valuable Professional
Category Online Support
( Topic last updated: 2005.06.06 11:59:09 AM )