1300 of the world's top leaders from the technical community will spend four days at the Microsoft Corporate headquarters in Redmond, Washington this week for the 2010 Most Valuable Professionals (MVP) Global Summit.
Microsoft’s MVP Award Program is in its 17th year, with MVPs representing 96 countries, speaking 37 different languages and spanning 94 Microsoft technology areas.
The Summit gives Microsoft's product groups an extraordinary opportunity to listen to their MVPs during more than 700 sessions throughout the week.
Summit brings together some of the top leaders within global technical communities,” said Toby Richards, general manager, Community and Online Support for Microsoft. “I always look forward to this week and am extremely excited to engage with technology’s best and brightest and discuss what’s on their minds.”
The buzz on social networks about the 2010 Summit was mounting over the weekend as MVPs anticipated this extraordinary week. You can follow or join the conversations. On Twitter, MVPs are using #mvp10 to tag their tweets, on facebook ongoing conversations can be found at http://www.facebook.com/mvpawardprogram , and on Asia's most popular social network Plurk, people can follow the week at http://www.plurk.com/msmvp/invite
Everyone at Microsoft is eager to see the MVPs tomorrow when the 2010 MVP Summit officially launches.