Congrats to the Los Techies MVPs!

This morning, I and fellow Los Techies alumni Eric Hexter and Chris Patterson learned that we are MVPs!  Well, technically I learned last night through an IM of a re-tweet of my MVP lead, but hey, close enough, right?  I know it’s cheesy, but I think these awards are a testament to the great community Los Techies has built over the years, so for me, this is really an award for Los Techies.  The roundup includes:

  • Jimmy Bogard, MVP ASP.NET
  • Eric Hexter, MVP ASP.NET
  • Chris Patterson, MVP C#

Personally, I’ve viewed my community involvement as simply a desire to share my journey with others, and in turn learn where others have been and are going.  My favorite experiences thus far have been the open space conferences, book clubs, dojos and code camps, as it gives me a great chance to meet and talk with a lot of smart people.  Thanks again everyone!

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About Jimmy Bogard

I'm a technical architect with Headspring in Austin, TX. I focus on DDD, distributed systems, and any other acronym-centric design/architecture/methodology. I created AutoMapper and am a co-author of the ASP.NET MVC in Action books.
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  • Scott Bellware

    Are you certain that it’s a testament to building a great community? Is it possible that the MVP award is given for coincident reasons?

  • bogardj


    Given the number of good people left out, I can’t presume to understand exactly how the award is given. I do know that I wouldn’t have received this award had I not joined the Los Techies community.

  • Gabriel N. Schenker

    congratulations Jimmy! You deserve it.

  • Jeffrey Palermo

    Congrats, Jimmy!!

  • Danilo Mendoza

    Congrats to you all!!!