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The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2011 annual report for my blog.
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I’m here in Frankfurt waiting for another connection so I wanted to take some time to write my thoughts on the latest Global Summit 2011.
From my point of view it was great: the organizational part was simply perfect, a lot of MVP interactions, tons of technical sessions available for the MVPs.
From a professional and personal, I can say I’m very satisfied overall.
Of course I didn’t attend many technical sessions (you are the technical gurus ) bit, but I did ask to each and every one of you who the event was going, on a daily basis. And I received great feedback!
This means a lot to me bit also to the ones who made this event memorable: from the keynotes to the attendee party, from the MVP-MVP gathering to the Safeco Field event, everything went so great.
Of course there’s always room to improve, nothing is perfect.
Bit bear in mind that this event is a combination of different things: making sure the Product Teams are available and ready to share (and sometimes it can happen there’s not much to share, considering the NDA) the hotel booking the buses, dinners and whatever comes to your mind. As this is still the biggest Partner Conference held in the Microsoft Campus, you can imagine how hard it is.
I’m so happy with the results I can’t imagine how hard it would be to deliver the same experience next year
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I didn’t have much time to review and update my blog but, as I’m here in a Starbucks in downtown Seattle waiting to get a bus to the new destination, I thought it was worthy to write down some notes.
The MVP Global Summit (#mvp11) has been a great experience to me, to my colleagues and, to my knowledge, to the MVPs. It’s always amazing to get together in this place, far far away from our hometown. It’s about building relationships, interacting with the Product Teams, engage on with new opportunities and of course having a great time during the evenings. Great technical sessions, an amazing event organization, the Safeco Field Party, the Product Group dinners, I think almost everything was perfect. Of course there’s room to grow and of course some of you may not have been that satisfied with a particular session. But it’s not that easy to accomodate all of you, because of the different backgrounds and skills you may have.
Personally, I’m very happy with the whole event. Every year is better and better.
I had almost 100 MVPs coming from the Region I represent which is huge and my only regret is that I didn’t have the chance to talk with all of you guys. I just wanted to talk with all you but I just couldn’t ! At least I met almost all of you which is good.
Time flies and now you’re probably headed back home. I hope you’re taking with you great memories to tell your friends and families..
I’ll see you soon !
I’m here at the International Malpensa Airport, waiting to be called for my flight. I’ll get another @ Frankfurt and then directly to Seattle. Yes, it’s a long flight but definitely worthy. The reason: the MVP Global Summit. The goal: gather all the MVPs from all around the World and interact with them (fun parts are also provided ). I participated to a lot of Summits but everytime is a new emotion, a new challenge. I’ll have the chance to meet not only MVPs from the Region I represent, but also other Influencers and of course a lot of US and International colleagues. It’s a unique experience to be there altogether and interact and discuss with the Product Teams, having roundtables, being involved in early product lifecycle phases and so forth. I just can’t wait to be there and I know some MVPs are already there so wait for me for all the fun, will you?