Microsoft is hosting the MVP Global Summit 2009 from March 14, and thousands of Microsoft Most Valuable Professionals or MVPs are expected to participate in this grand event. MVP Global Summit 2009 is being held at Washington State Convention and Trade Center in Seattle, and at Microsoft headquarters in Redmond.
Microsoft Most Valuable Professionals (MVPs) are exceptional technical community leaders from around the world who are awarded for voluntarily sharing their high quality, real world expertise in offline and online technical communities. MVPs tend to be early adopters of new technology and help others solve problems and get the maximum value from their technology. Check out the Microsoft MVP Awardee directory.
At the MVP Global Summit, MVPs receive access to exclusive technical content, join direct feedback sessions, and meet Microsoft executives, product teams, and their peers from around the world. The MVP Global Summit features many technical sessions in which MVPs can connect with other MVPs, build relationships with Microsoft experts, and provide insights and feedback to Microsoft product teams. Steve Ballmer, Microsoft CEO, will keynote the summit and discuss how important the voice of the customer is to the company.
You can catch more information on the Summit blog or follow the Summit on Twitter.