The 2005 MVP Global Summit will be hosted this week by Microsoft. The summit will be attended by some of the most global and technological diverse awardees ever in the 12-year history of the program. The event will allow more than 1500 Microsoft MVPs (Most Valuable Professionals) to meet with peers from over 70 different countries as well as over 1000 Microsoft employees from the product field and service teams. There are also some new award categories at the summit such as Microsoft Dynamics and MSN and new countries including Romania, Jamaica, Pakistan and Thailand. The summit provides employees that are representing more than 90 technologies with an opportunity to connect with experts within the community and at the same time celebrating their technical passion and willingness to help others.
"The MVP Global Summit is a unique opportunity for Microsoft to embrace and celebrate this inspirational community," Ballmer said. "As part of our ongoing commitment to this group of incredible individuals, the summit enables Microsoft to show our appreciation to the MVPs for their passion for technology and helping others. Throughout the week, MVPs meet with experts across the company, strengthen their technical knowledge and provide Microsoft with tremendous insight into the evolution of our products, services and customer experiences."
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