Public webcast, by Microsoft, to answer your Queries about becoming an MVP

The Microsoft MVP Award recognizes exceptional leaders from technical communities – both online and offline, who foster the free and objective exchange of knowledge by actively sharing their real world expertise with the community and Microsoft.

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The MVP Award Program team at Microsoft India is hosting a open-to-all webcast on how to become a “Most Valuable Professional”. This would mean nominating yourself for the award as well as ramping up your community contributions to align with the same.

Date: Januaray 13, 2011 | Time: 1.00 PM – 2.00 PM (IST)

MVPs are 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 are independent of Microsoft, with separate opinions and perspectives, and are able to represent the views of the community members with whom they engage every day.

There are around 4000 MVPs in over 90 countries, speaking over 30 languages and awarded across nearly 90 different technology areas. Microsoft MVP Award provides you an opportunity to learn, grow, and network with the best in the community apart from a slew of exclusive benefits from Microsoft.

To know more about the Microsoft MVP Program in South Asia, go to http://microsoft.com/india/mvp. This FAQ at the global MVP website may also interest you.

Go here if you want to find out how to become a Microsoft MVP or MCC.

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Abhishek Baxi writes on the Windows ecosystem and hosts an online show – Microsoft Talk (MSTalk.in) and owns the Windows Phone portal – I Love Windows Phone (ilovewindowsphone.in). He lives at www.baxiabhishek.info and talks incessantly on Twitter.