The Microsoft MVP Program is a worldwide programme that has over 4,000 recipients representing over 90 competencies and spanning more than 70 countries. According to the official MVP website:
The Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) Award is an annual award given to outstanding members of Microsoft’s technical communities based on contributions made during the previous 12 months to offline and online Microsoft-related technical communities
This week, over 1,300 MVP’s have travelled the globe to descend on the Redmond and Bellvue campus to learn new things, share their experiences and, well network. The MVP’s are just like normal people, they’ve got jobs, kids and commitments. We got the chance to meet up with some MVP’s and have them share their experiences with us and tell us why it is so important to visit campus and take a week out of their busy schedules.
The first intervew, I’m happy to say is with a fellow UK MVP Bev Hatchard. Similar to me, she’s a Windows Desktop Experience MVP. My colleague Erdal Ozkaya (another WDE MVP from Australia) and I got the chance to get her view…See what Bev has to say: