As is customary for previous MVP Summits, we design the content plan based on the timing of Microsoft products and technology releases, and by considering the needs of MVPs. Product or technology roadmaps vary greatly. Consequently, at the time of the MVP Summit, content availability and community feedback are more relevant for some products or technologies versus others.
Content is delivered via deep technical breakout sessions as well as highly interactive breakout sessions where attendees evaluate plans or share community feedback. Breakout sessions are aligned to the MVP award program areas of expertise. Many sessions will be exclusive to specific expertise areas, while others will be open more broadly. There may be group sessions that are targeted to groups of expertise, such as when we held a Developer Day or IT Pro Day during previous Summits.
New this year! Accessibility is central to the idea that Microsoft builds tools that empower every individual. The Accessibility Product Group will host four side sessions on Thursday, November 6 dedicated to the efforts on Accessibility. These sessions will be open to all MVPs.