How about that! I made Microsoft Dynamics GP MVP status! Hooray for me! Actually, my teammates should also be recognized. They are quite amazing, including 2nd time Microsoft Dynamics GP MVP, Jivtesh Singh!
From the Microsoft MVP Website:
To receive the MVP Award, you must be passionate about Microsoft technology.
MVPs are recognized for their exceptional technical expertise, willingness to help others make the most of their technology, and for making a significant and positive impact on communities.
This is no small feat: Of the more than 100 million social and technical community members worldwide, each year only about 4,000 are recognized as MVPs.
Individuals are nominated for the Microsoft MVP Award by their peers or Microsoft employees, and each nominee's contributions are then compared to the other candidates' contributions for the same year. Active MVPs and new candidates are evaluated equally.
MVPs reach out and contribute to online and offline communities through a broad range of channels. These include online forums such as Microsoft Answers, TechNet and MSDN; wikis and online content; conferences and user groups; their own podcasts, Web sites and blogs; and articles and books.