This is the fifth in a series of interviews targeting people who “Make a Difference” in the Excel community. Authors, Blog Writers, Teachers, excel support gurus, etc. If they are a Microsoft Excel expert — then I am trying to tackle them and get them to speak to you here. Many of these interviews will be video skype interviews, and others will be text.
Bob Umlas, Author and the longest running Excel MVP. Bob has been working with Excel since version 0.99. He has written several Excel books and is the technical editor of Bill Jelen’s Mr Excel books. In this interview, Bob explains how the Excel MVP program started, and how he became involved in the summit. Additionally, Bob explains leaves his email address and tells you how you can get in contact with him. This is an audio interview, so hit play… put on your headphones… and tune in.
Other discussions about Bob Umlas on Excel TV
I was excited to release the interview of Bob, so I couldn’t help but brag about it on the first episode of Excel TV. The video below fast forwards to the part of the TV show where I discuss Bob’s books.
Bob Umlas on the Web
- http://www.allexperts.com – Bob is active at All Expert
- http://www.allexperts.com/ep/1059-49857/Excel/Bob-Umlas.htm – This is Bob’s profile sheet at All Experts. Nice ratings, Bob.
- Bob even gives you his email address to get in contact with him
Send Bob Some email (I mean work). He mentioned he does on-site training from time to time. Who wouldn’t want to get trained by the longest running Excel MVP. Hit Bob up for this 🙂
Other Sites Mentioned…
- Mr Excel Dueling Podcast with Mike Girvin – This is a series of videos where Bill Jelen (Mr Excel) and Mike Girvin (ExcelIsFun) attack the same excel problem with competing solutions
Other Excel Expert Interviews
- Jordan Goldmeier – ExcelMVP, Blogger and Author
- Mourad Louha – ExcelMVP, Blogger and Author
- Mynda Treacy – Excel Trainer and Blogger
- Cary Walkin – Excel video game developer
- Excel Expert Interview – VIDEO explaining the process.
Thank you Bob
Thanks for joining us Bob. I appreciate you being a good sport and being kind while I mispronounced your last name — I was a bit nervous talking with one of the guys who started it all 🙂
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Until Next Time…
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