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  • Blog Post: Women and Technology—A Powerful Combination

    More than 50 MVPs came together for the second annual Women in Technology session in Bellevue today to discuss the challenges, opportunities and growing influence of women in technology. Microsoft Group Manager of Community and Influencer Programs, Lourdes Orive, kicked off the event by noting that...
  • Blog Post: Getting Ready for the 2012 MVP Global Summit

    In just a couple of weeks, Microsoft will open the doors of its Redmond campus to MVPs from around the globe for what is likely the largest community event in the world. More than 1,400 exceptional community leaders from 70 countries will be traveling to Microsoft’s world headquarters. They’re...
  • Blog Post: MVPs’ Windows Phone 7 App Wins Top Honors—and Helps Ease Public Commute in Sydney

    Windows Live MVPs Bronwen Zande and John O’Brien recently took top honors for their Windows Phone 7 application when it showcased at Tech Ed Australia—which won the pair a trip to BUILD! Transhub offers Sydney Public Transport commuters a fast and personalized application for finding the...
  • Blog Post: BUILD Day #2 in Review According to MVPs

    Big announcements about the reimagining of Windows continues to pour out of the Microsoft BUILD conference on day 2, and MVPs are right in the middle of it. We’ve been watching their blog posts and tweets so you can get a front row seat to see what these community leaders have to say about the...
  • Blog Post: MVPs for Office 365: Managing Metadata

    Editor's Note: The following is a guest post by SharePoint Server MVP Liam Cleary as part of the MVP Award Program Blog's "MVPs for Office 365" series. After 13 years in the IT industry, Liam's career has taken him from an IT Trainer, to a Developer, Network and Server Administrator, Collaboration Consultant...
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