Friday, April 7, 2023

MVP Global Summit 2023 here we come!

Hey there, fellow Power BI, Power Platform and tech enthusiasts! 

I'm excited to share with you that I'll be attending the MVP summit on April 18-20 for the first time in-person as an MVP. It's been a long time since there was an in-person MVP Summit, so I'm looking forward to the experience!

For those of you who may not be familiar with the MVP program, it stands for Most Valuable Professional. It's a program run by Microsoft, celebrating 30 years this year, that recognizes exceptional technical community leaders who share their passion, expertise, and real-world knowledge of Microsoft products with others.

Being selected as an MVP is a great honor, and I'm humbled to be part of such a fantastic community. The MVP summit is an annual event where MVPs from around the world gather to meet with Microsoft product teams, provide feedback on upcoming products, and share ideas and best practices.

This year's summit will be a hybrid event, meaning that some attendees will be joining virtually, while others will be attending in person. I'm grateful to have the opportunity to attend in person and to meet with other MVPs and members of the (Power BI) product team face-to-face!

As a first-time attendee, I'm not entirely sure what to expect, but I'm eager to learn, network, and share my experiences with others. I'm also excited to hear from the product teams about what's coming next in the world of Microsoft products.

I also want to thank everyone supporting me in my journey, my family, readers of my blog, attendees at conferences and also my employer Powerdobs B.V..

Overall, I'm thrilled to be attending the MVP summit and grateful for the opportunity to connect with others in the tech community. I'll be sure to share my experiences with you all once the event is over, so stay tuned!

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