About Windows Installer, the .NET Framework, and Visual Studio.
As I was routinely perusing the Microsoft Developer Network today I ran across a novel idea: a list of featured Visual C# MVPs. As a former Visual C# MVP myself (before coming to work for Microsoft), I think this is an excellent idea. MVPs are like the right hand of Microsoft, reaching out to the developers in ways that Microsoft can't always do. So what better way to promote MVPs in the community than to display their photographs? Most people do like to have some idea of who they're talking to.
If you're interested in what MVPs have to offer and who these individuals are, read about Microsoft's Most Valuable Professional program and join them in the communities.