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  • Blog Post: Video: Microsoft listens to the MVPs

    During Summit Deb and I followed around MVPs with our video camera, cornered them in beautiful locations around Campus, and asked them to tell us about their experience in the MVP program. I've shared some of that video with you already, but I put together this montage that I think highlights the relationship...
  • Blog Post: The 2010 MVP Summit from the eyes of a rookie

    This was the first year I attended the MVP Summit. I joined the MVP Award Program team just a few weeks before ago. My new friends and co-workers were eager to share with me how excited they were about Summit, "Oh just wait until you meet the MVPs. You'll see," I was told. While I knew the Summit...
  • Blog Post: 1,300 arrive in Redmond today for the 2010 MVP Summit

    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...
  • Blog Post: 2010 Summit: More MVPs to take on presenting roles than ever before

    by Toby Richards There’s a reason we call the annual MVP Global Summit a summit. If we called it the annual MVP Global Meeting or Conference, what would make it different from any other gathering? After all, everyone goes to meetings or conferences on a regular basis. But traveling halfway across...
  • Blog Post: Nestor Portillo on the 2010 Summit: The importance of this event cannot be understated

    All of us here in Redmond are eagerly anticipating the 2010 MVP Global Summit. As the biggest event Microsoft holds on campus each year, the Summit is a fantastic way to catch up with old friends and meet new friends who make a tremendous impact on the global technical community. The importance...
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