So wrote the Inside OLE guru:

“.. I considered all of this utter nonsense.[†]  I had no use for adoration, admiration, and obeisance.  Flattery was useless, and I certainly didn’t want to shoulder the responsibility of people’s projects and careers!  And I knew full well that my “expertise” in OLE was nothing short of a gift of grace—Inside OLE 2 had been given to me.  It wasn’t something I created by my own power...”

[Mystic Microsoft - chapter 11] - via Robert Scoble

Sounds like the perfect Imposter Syndrom to me.

Why people are not into RSS readers

Israel .NET web User Group meeting at September 10th - Performance & Caching