2009 MVP Global Summit "I'm a PC" Video

MVPs are independent technical experts and early adopters of Microsoft technologies who voluntarily share their knowledge and experiences in offline and online technical communities to help other technology users to solve problems, discover new capabilities and get the most from their technology investments. At this year’s 2009 MVP Global Summit, the product and engineering groups hosted […]

MVPs are independent technical experts and early adopters of Microsoft technologies who voluntarily share their knowledge and experiences in offline and online technical communities to help other technology users to solve problems, discover new capabilities and get the most from their technology investments.

At this year’s 2009 MVP Global Summit, the product and engineering groups hosted 700 sessions across 70 Microsoft technology areas, presenting over 140 sessions focused on Windows 7, IE8 and Windows Live expertise areas. Watch the MVP Summit producing an “I’m a PC” MVP video with the keynote audience with Mike Nesh and Steve Ballmer.