We will be flying up to Settle, WA to attend this year’s MVP Global Summit 2008 at Microsoft. This is an NDA event, but we will do our best to report to you from the event on what looks like is going to be a great conference. I will do my best to keep Gus out of trouble, as we all know how he loves NDA’s =)
For those who of you who are unfamiliar with the MVP Global Summit event, here is an overview of this year’s event.
MVP Global Summit 2008
Over the course of four days, hosted at the Washington Trade and Convention Center in Seattle and at Microsoft headquarters in Redmond, Washington, the MVP Global Summit gives you exclusive access to more than 400 sessions and panel discussions and a range of networking opportunities, as well as Microsoft top executives such as Steve Ballmer, chief executive officer, and Ray Ozzie, chief software architect.
What is the MVP Global Summit?
The MVP Global Summit is a four-day invitation-only event hosted at the Washington State Trade and Convention Center in Seattle and at Microsoft headquarters in Redmond, Washington. With more than 400 sessions and a variety of networking opportunities, the MVP Global Summit enables Microsoft Most Valuable Professionals (MVPs) and Regional Directors (RDs) to:
- Connect with other MVPs and RDs
- Engage with Microsoft product managers
- Provide valuable feedback directly to Microsoft on its products and technologies.
Highlights for 2008 include:
- Event closing technical discussion by Ray Ozzie, Microsoft chief software architect
- Keynote by Steve Ballmer, Microsoft chief executive officer
- Deep technical sessions by competency
- Cross-competency electives
- Highly dynamic and interactive sessions, where you’ll be able to define topics, attend, or host
- Additional activities designed to promote networking and meet attendees’ diverse informational and business needs
Microsoft 2008 MVP Global Summit
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