Raymond’s 2005 MVP Global Summit event diary

Raymond Chen

In case those coming into town for the 2005 MVP Global Summit were interesting in chatting with me, here’s my event diary for this week. (Non-native-English-speaking MVPs can hover over the highlighted words for a translation from slang into “standard American-English”.)

  • Even though it’s not affiliated with the MVP Global Summit, I’ll mention it anyway since it happens the same week: I’ll be at CodeSlam on Tuesday night. The name is a play on Poetry Slam, but instead of reciting poetry, you share your code. If you’re an MVP with a cool app you want to contribute to CodeGallery, and you want to be part of the biggest geek slumber party in Redmond, let me know. I can bring one guest. (However, since I am old and decrepit and have a job to go to the following morning, I probably won’t last the whole night.)
  • I am trying to finagle a ticket to the Windows Shell/User MVP dinner on Thursday evening.
  • If I can’t get a ticket to the MVP dinner, I’ll definitely crash the Windows Shell/User MVP lunch on Friday.
  • I’ll pop by the MVP Barbecue on Saturday to touch base with the MVPs in disciplines other than Windows Shell/User.

If you want to be sure to catch me, drop me a line and I’ll try to make time to see you. Note, however, that I’m doing this outside of my “regular job”, so please be a bit understanding if a work emergency forces me to do some last-minute rescheduling.

[Colors fixed 8:30am; sorry I was half-asleep when I wrote this entry.]


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