I count being awarded as a Microsoft MVP for PowerPoint since 2004 as one of the “career” recognitions I am very proud of. The PowerPoint MVPs are fantastic, good friends and people you can trust to provide real answers to presentation questions.

Today, Microsoft launched a new version of MVP Award public website at https://mvp.microsoft.com. And this year is the 20 year anniversary of the program (pretty big accomplishment considering most software companies have not been around for 20 years yet).

Not a lot for you to see, but it is a good resource if you want to see who the MVPs for any Microsoft application are, and something I am humbled to be listed at.

– Troy @ TLC