I'm in Seattle for the 2008 MVP Summit
For those that don't know, I've been a <a href="http://mvp.support.microsoft.com/" target="_blank">Microsoft MVP</a> since 1997. Back then I was a Windows CE MVP, and now I'm a Windows Mobile MVP (with a bit of Zune MVP thrown in there for good measure). I've lost track of how many MVP Summits I've been to, but I'm back at it again, this time spanning both the Zune and Windows Mobile worlds, talking to both teams on different days. <br /><br />I normally try to do a "so what should I tell the product team about?" post, but with the hack and post-vacation email overload, I just didn't have time. <a href="http://www.zunerama.com/articles_029.php#080411_zune_story" target="_blank">Harvey over at Zunerama</a> has done a nice job in terms of getting some direct Zune community feedback. Anything from you Zune Thoughts readers? What kind of feedback would you like me to deliver to the Zune team? On the Windows Mobile side of things, well, I think I have a pretty good handle on what you guys want after all these years. ;-) But if there's anything in particular that you'd like me to focus on with the teams, please let me know in the comments.<br /><br />I should add that one of the neatest things about the MVP Summit is getting to meet people face to face that I've never met before - like our very own, freshly-MVP'd Jon Westfall. Others, like Ed Hansberry and Mike Temporale I've had the pleasure of meeting many times over the years at various events. It's always nice to put faces with the names and avatars!