Microsoft MacBU MVP Global Summit 2007 Highlights

David Weiss, a developer for Microsoft Mac, recently highlighted the forthcoming Global MVP Summit 2007 at the Macintosh Business Unit. This event will gather MVPs in Redmond to engage in activities like Wii gaming and to provide insights on Mac Office.

MVPs, or “Most Valuable Professionals,” are distinguished members of Microsoft’s technical communities who are not employees of Microsoft but are recognized for their valuable contributions to the user community. These individuals, bound by NDAs, are privy to early versions of Microsoft products and provide valuable feedback to the MacBU, help moderate forums, and even represent Microsoft at events like Macworld.

For those interested in Microsoft’s MVP program, resources are available on how to become a MVP. Additionally, MVPs run several informational websites, including ones for Mac Word and Entourage.

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