I was told (by a third party rather than Microsoft, guess they haven’t got to me yet) that I’m now the proud recipient of the 2004 MVP Award in the Microsoft SharePoint Portal Server 2003 space.

The MVP Award, which stands for “Most Valuable Professional” is an annual award given to outstanding members of Microsoft’s peer-to-peer communities (Microsoft’s words, not mine). What it really means is that I can put [MVP] after my name when posting to SharePoint newsgroups and there’s a nifty logo I can put on my website and not have the Microsoft lawyers come banging on my door.

You can view the full list of SharePoint MVPs here (Alphabetical order by first name so I’m on top, sweet).