TechDays and MVP Conference

Busy times!  When I was over at the MVP Conference a few weeks ago, I, and a few other MVPs, were interviewed about our experiences with out specialist application.  Well, mine has been published now, and can be viewed at

Since then, I’m pleased to report that I have been re-awarded with my MVP status.  It means a lot to me, and I am happy to help Microsoft with their launch of Office 2010.  In fact, today, I am at TechDays for IT Pros, and am about to present my 30 minutes on the new Visio.  If anyone ones to see my slide-deck, then they can download it at^_UK^_16-9^_IT^_Pro^ .  I’ll post a link to the recording when it’s ready.
Oh, and another thing …. I’ve nearly finished writing a book about Visio 2010 Business Process Diagrams for Packt Publishing.  More on that shortly.

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