Dear Kathleen Anderson, Congratulations! We are pleased to present you with the 2009 Microsoft® MVP Award! This award is given to exceptional technical community leaders who actively share their high quality, real world expertise with others. The Microsoft MVP Award provides us the unique opportunity to celebrate and honor your significant contributions and say “Thank […]
For the last couple months I’ve been working on a project that launched the week of the 2008 MVP Global Summit. It’s a new resource for Microsoft Expression Web users – the Expression Web Wiki. The wiki was ‘seeded’ with content from the Expression Web Help Files, but as most wikis go, it’s up for […]
We spent two days in the same building with the Expression Team and discovered there was a Microsoft Surface in the building. A few of got a chance to play with it on break! [youtube:71Va87CjvvI]
We went downstairs a little after 3 to go over to the WSCTC to register for the MVP Summit and there were police and US State Department Displomatic Security Detail all over the lobby – we figure the Dalai Lama was checking out of the hotel – that was the rumor going around. We didn’t get to […]
Last night it was still around 70 degrees when we arrived in Seattle – today it’s barely 40 and no sun – brrrr. I really hope it warms up again or I will be wishing I brought some shoes and socks instead of just sandals.
So far there are two groups set up on Twitter for the MVP Global Summit – @msmvpgroup and @mvp08 Follow either to keep up with the MVPs at the Summit. I think @mvp08 will win out because it’s shorter – easier for texting and TinyTwitter.
and all my luggage arrived, too. The same cannot be said for Chris Leeds – Continental lost his luggage – he’s on the phone with them right now trying to track it down. The weather was gorgeous here yesterday – we all went out for a late supper at Von’s, which is across the street […]
I know I’ve been slacking off here lately. Between working on a project that is launching next week and getting back to work full time after my rotator cuff surgery, I haven’t spent much time here. And tomorrow I am leaving for the 2008 MVP Global Summit. I was planning on leaving this morning, but […]
If you’re a Microsoft MVP and you’re going to the Summit in April, this post from Michael Fosmire is one you should really read. There’s a lot of good information about the hotels and transportation, and links to the webcasts being held on March 25th. Link: MVP Global Summit 2008 Announcements : Guide to Global […]
Sean O’Driscoll, the General Manager of the Microsoft MVP Program, has published the list of ‘secret criteria’ used to determine whether someone is MVP material. I have to say that a large number of them apply to me – I’m not going to say which ones. [H]