Have you seen MVPs speaking at your local user group events? Or read books authored by them? And read their blogs et al? MVPs are exceptional technical community leaders from around the world who are awarded for voluntarily sharing their high quality, real world expertise in offline and online technical communities. Microsoft MVPs form a highly select group of experts, representing the technical community’s best and brightest. They share a deep commitment to community and a willingness to help others.
Over 100 million people take part in technical communities every year. Microsoft awards around 4000 MVPs, in recognition of their exceptional community contributions, sharing of real world expertise with others. We have around 4000 MVPs in over 90 countries, speaking over 30 languages and awarded across nearly 90 technology areas. Over 65% of MVPs are outside the USA, with about 150 in South Asia (India)
If you think you are the right candidate for the MVP Award or want to ramp up your community contributions to be recognized as an MVP, all you need to do is to join us for an exclusive webcast on January 13 by the MVP Lead for South Asia – Abhishek Kant.
Topic: How to get the Microsoft MVP Award by Abhishek KantJanuary 13, 2011 | 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm IST
Before the webcast, and even while it’s on, you can post your queries about the MVP Award Program on Twitter with the hashtag #mvpbuzzin (We are @IndiaMVP on Twitter!) or email to email@example.com.
UPDATE:If you did not have the opportunity to provide feedback at the event, please click here to provide feedback online. The recording of the session is available here.
i want to become a mvp can u provide me info what needs to done for same