Still a Microsoft Most Valued Professional …

I am pleased to be re-awarded MVP for another year. If you are not sure what it is, then please read this : . In my case, I evangelise about visual data with Microsoft Visio, and hope that some people are inspired.


Thank you, Microsoft … looking forward to another year … and there are some good things coming!

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MVP Summit 2015

We Visio MVP’s were honoured to be invited to Hyderabad last week to visit the Microsoft Visio product engineering team, as an alternative to the Global MVP Summit in Bellevue/Redmond.

This gave us a great opportunity to show off what we have been up to, and to hear about the the future plans…. exciting, but I can’t say anything yet…

Visio MVP Conf 2016 - Hyderabad


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10 years and counting …

I avoided posting this yesterday … just in case it was considered an April Fool’s Day prank … but I am pleased (and relieved) to get my 10 years award as a Microsoft MVP for Visio. This gives me renewed enthusiasm to continue blogging technical articles about Visio. Watch this space …..

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Feeding Microsoft ….

If you have ever wondered what a Visio-phile looks like, you might like to see the interview that I did recently :

No other comment necessary … though I expect my fellow MVPs might offer me some Smile


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