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What's a MVP?

  • Microsoft MVPs are folks who love technology, just like you.



  • At some point in their career, Microsoft recognized that they have a particular flair for helping others, as well as for learning Microsoft technology. So Microsoft has awarded them their Most Valuable Professional recognition.


  • This page will give you a chance to get to know your MVPs better. Below are several resources related to MVPs specializing in many Microsoft technologies, as well as pictures from several Microsoft MVP events.

  • Looking to hire a professional for a project you need to get done? Dian has not only an MVP since 1995, but she's also a Technical Consultant.


  • Be sure to check out TechTrax. A premiere Ezine written by many MVPs.

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Microsoft's Explanation of MVPs

  • Microsoft's Most Valuable Professional (MVP) program recognizes Microsoft customers who voluntarily assist other customers in peer-to-peer online support groups, such as the Microsoft Newsgroups. MVPs come from a wide range of backgrounds and professions, yet they all share one key attribute: a willingness to give time, expertise, and advice to enhance other users' technical skills.

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MVP Organization

The MVP Community has its own MVP Organization web site where you can find more information about MVPs, as well as links to MVP support web Site and FAQ (frequently asked question) sites at: www.mvps.org

MVP FAQ Site

Need help with Microsoft Technologies? Check out this list of FAQ (frequently asked question) sites, maintained by MVP, Carl Prothman. These sites specialize in various Microsoft applications: http://www.mvps.org/faq/

MVP Web Sites

Looking for a good site that specializes in a specific application or technology, where you can read tutorials and get tips? Check out the MVP Big List at: http://www.mvps.org/links.html

Microsoft Newsgroups

Need a little help using Microsoft applications or technology? Go to the Microsoft Newsgroups: http://support.microsoft.com/newsgroups

Microsoft WebCasts

Wish you could just sit back and have someone teach you new technology without all the reading? Maybe you're short on time and would like to catch up during a break? Check out the list of free tutorials and information seminars you can view at the Microsoft WebCast archives.

Karl Peterson's Visual Basic Shop

Ever read Visual Basic Programmer's Journal? Karl is a columist to VBPJ, among other notable accomplishments, including Microsoft MVP. If you work with Visual Basic, or even VBA, you should visit this site: http://www.mvps.org/vb

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Photo Gallery

2004 Microsoft Global Summit
A photo essay from the 2004 Microsoft "global" MVP Summit held at Microsoft in Redmond, WA, April 2004...the biggest one yet!

2003 MVP Summit Pictures
A photo essay from the 2003 Microsoft MVP Summit held at Microsoft in Redmond, WA, February.

2001 MVP Summit Pictures
A photo essay from the 2001 Microsoft MVP Summit held at Microsoft in Redmond, WA, November-December.

1999 MVP Summit Pictures
A photo essay from the 1999 Microsoft MVP Summit held at Microsoft in Redmond, WA.

1997 MVP Summit Pictures
A photo essay from the 1997 Microsoft MVP Summit held at Microsoft in Redmond, WA.

1996 MVP Summit Pictures
The first summit Greg and I attended, was the second MVP summit, in March, 1996. Not many pictures, but some nice memories and friends, remembered.

MVP Candids
Who's been zippin' through Chicago? With any luck, we were there to get the evidence!


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