The 2007 MVP Global Summit will begun at the Washington State Convention and Trade Center in Seattle from 12-15 March at Microsoft’s headquarters in Redmond. The event will kick off with a keynote address by Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates.
Many of my fellow MVPs are there attending the summit.
The annual event recognizes the value that Microsoft designated Most Valuable Professionals (MVPs) around the world provide in helping to make the company’s products successful, while honoring their contributions to the objective exchange of knowledge and their dedication to enriching the technology user experience.
MVPs are individuals recognized by Microsoft as outstanding leaders in the technical community who make an exceptional impact on the IT industry by actively and voluntarily sharing their expertise in technical communities worldwide.