Wanna See Some Visio MVPs?

Last week, Microsoft invited all worldwide MVPs to the annual MVP shindig in Seattle.  So, I thought it may be interesting for some to see what a Visio MVP looks like!


Left to right – me (MVP UK), Senaj Lelic (MVP Germany) and John Marshall (MVP Canada) – the oldest and longest serving Visio MVP!


David Salaguinto (Microsoft), Dave Edson (MVP USA – currently), Tim Davenport (Microsoft), Graham Wideman (MVP USA/Canada), and Dan Albertson (Microsoft).


Senaj Lelic (again), Al Edlund (MVP USA) and Chris Roth (MVP USA/Austria/Germany/…)

We would like to thank Microsoft Visio product team for two very enjoyable days on campus (trying to beat the Outlook guys to the food), and I’m sure they really do appreciate our feedback!

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