Kate Gregory on Being a Most Valuable Professional (MVP)

Diego Dagum - MSFT

Kate Gregory on Being an MVP

The 2011 MVP Global Summit took place a few weeks ago at MS headquarters. MVP stands for most valuable professional, a distinction that Microsoft assign to some prominent community personalities for their passion and dedication in helping the community get the most out of Microsoft technologies.

The MVP program has several disciplines, being C++ one of those. There are about 70 C++ MVPs world wide. This is the first of a series of interviews Charles Torre (our spy in Channel 9!) did recently to the C++ MVPs who attended the Summit. We start with Kate Gregory, a Canadian C++ MVP who recently was nominated “2010 C++ MVP of the Year” for the great job done in presenting sessions on C++ development at several MS conferences including recent and upcoming TechEd’s, local codecamps, Channel 9 (we’ll be posting some of her technical screencasts) and so forth. Kate is a great blogger as well.

Enjoy the chat!


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