|Twice a year the INETA Community Champions Selection Committee has one of the hardest decisions to make. They have to sift through the pile of nominations and select one person to receive this prestigious award. This time it was no different and, with so many outstanding nominations, they could only select one. It is our distinct pleasure to thank Scott Spradlin for everything he has done and announce him as the recipient of the 2011 INETA Community Champions Excellence Award.
We would like to thank everyone who participated in this process along with all the nominees for doing such a great job in their community and making our job so difficult. We would also like to thank all those who nominated someone from their community. Keep those nominations coming as the least we can do is say “Thank You” after all the great work that these individuals have done.
|Scott Spradlin is an architect/developer in St. Louis. He has been programming professionally for over 30 years and developing solutions with the .NET framework since the early beta releases. Scott is on the leadership teams of the St. Louis .NET User Group and the St. Louis Day of .NET Regional Conference. He has served on the INETA NorAm Board of Directors and is currently a Microsoft MVP. Scott is an advocate for the developer community at large and actively works with local user groups and mentors young WP7 developers at area universities.|