That’s it for this years MVP summit in Seattle. I and my college Robert returned from the summit yesterday, tired and with a jet lag (at least I did). So did we get anything else you may ask? Well, we did and did not. 🙂
As you are aware, I can not discuss anything that we heard on our meetings with Program groups or in any of the discussions that took place, but I may say that things look promising and interesting. 😉
On the other side, whole summit was wrapped up in “green” computing and ecology. Everything we received was recyclable and reusable, which in itself is a great thought. Besides not so good restaurants, and average food in the hotels, I wish Microsoft to be more giving on the “goodies” side. I can store just so many water bottles (got one from TechEd and now on MVP summit) :). This is a nice way to show how much you appreciate your attendees.
April 19. is the day when Windays conference starts in Croatia, and I have to prepare couple of sessions for that. So as you can see, work never stops. Hope to see you in Rovinj. Be sure to stop me and say hello. 🙂