The 2019 Microsoft MVP Summit is now over and I can’t help feeling positively excited about the direction in which Microsoft is taking and what it will mean for partners, customers and end users.
This was my second year attending the MVP Summit and it was an immense pleasure to spend time with others MVPs and the Microsoft Product teams.
So I wanted to take this opportunity to give you all an update on what are some of the top 5 things you should know about in 2019?
Without breaking my NDA, I would rate the top 5 things you should know and start doing in preparation for the year ahead are:
2019 promises to be an even more exciting year for Microsoft technologies, and we in the partner community are holding on with bated breath with what is coming down the pipeline and the challenges and opportunities that will present themselves. So, how will you bring about innovation in 2019?
I would like to give extend my gratitude to the fantastic Microsoft teams that have made this MVP Summit 2019 the best yet. In particularly I would like to thank the following: Purvin Patel, Charles Lamanna, Stephen Siciliano, Lana Montgomery, Shiva Ford, Ryan Cunningham, Rick Prologo, Sid Gundavarapu, Dileep Singh, Yogesh Gupta, Andreas Münzinger & Maya Dumesh & Nathan Helgren, Shan McArthur, Gautam Thapar, Hemant Gaur, Benoit Fabre, Deanna Hearns, Sumana Chatterjee, Sheri Turner, and Donielle Sims.
In addition, I would like to thank my fellow MVPs who do such amazing work within the community, in particularly: Mark Smith, Amr Fouad, Andre Margono, Antti Pajunen, Chris Huntingford, Colin Vermander, Daniel Cai, Daryl LaBar, Dave Berry, David Yack, Elaiza Benitez, Gayan Perera, George Doubinski, Guido Preite, Gus Gonzalez, Gustaf Westerlund, Jerry Weinstock, Joel Lindstrom, Jonas Rapp, Jukka Niiranen, Leon Tribe, Matt Wittemann, Michael Ochs, Mohamed Mostafa, Nadeeja Bomiriya, Natraj Yegnaraman, Neil Benson, Roohi Shaikh, Sarah Critchley, Scott Durow, Sergio Macias, Steve Mordue, Tanguy Touzard, Ulrik B. Carlsson and all the other MVPs I may have missed out.