Well. Just. Wow. I have been recognised as a Sitecore MVP for the first time. It’s still really sinking in and means a great deal to me. Being named alongside this incredibly talented list of elite professionals that show dedication contributing to the Sitecore community is truly humbling (and exciting). Please check out the full MVP list for 2019 and reach out to anyone that has helped you and say thanks…they deserve it! Thanks also to all past MVPs….we stand on the shoulders of giants.
Yeah, cool…..what is it though? I defer to the Sitecore MVP website for a great definition
The Sitecore MVP Award celebrates the most active Sitecore community members from around the world who provide valuable online and offline expertise that enriches the community experience and makes a difference.
Each year, the Sitecore Most Valuable Professional (MVP) Awards recognize individuals with a passion for sharing their knowledge and expertise through active participation in online and offline Sitecore communities.
This year there were 315 MVPs recognized (186 Technology MVPs, 37 Strategy MVPs, 18 Commerce MVPs, and 74 Ambassador MVPs) in 30 countries (13 in Australia).
I still consider myself to be very early into my Sitecore journey and I would not have received this award without having a really supportive organization, team, partner network and Sitecore reps. Thank you.
I’m glad to be a part of the community and looking forward to helping it grow, particularly locally in the most isolated city in the world! <plug>Get in touch if you’re in Perth to attend/present or would like to present remotely at #SUGPERTH </plug>. I’m also keen to present at other SUGs, so get in touch!
I’m looking forward to getting in contact and meeting (SUGCON EU? Symposium?!) more of you in the community this year. On the line, say Hi on Twitter, Slack or LinkedIn.
Really excited to see what we can do in 2019.