So we are doing Sitecore MVP announcements now, are we?

Sitecore MVP 2018

Sitecore MVP 2018

Yes, again Sitecore thought that my rants about contacts, experience editor, SOLR, and other Sitecore related topics, are good enough to be awarded with the Sitecore MVP title.

My first award was given back in 2010. Back then, the Sitecore MVP title was a 2 year nomination, which only gave you a badge for your website. Today, the title bring more than just the glory. Access to early product releases, MVP forums and the legendary MVP Summit adds value to the award.

This year, 5 of my colleagues in Pentia have also been awarded, making Pentia the only danish company with 6 MVP awards:

  • Alan Coates, Technology MVP, for most of you known as one of the organizers behind SUGCON. Oh, and he also knows everything.
  • Christina Hauge Engel, the only Danish Digital Strategist MVP, and the go-to-girl when the personalization and analytics powers of Sitecore needs to be unleashed.
  • Jens Gustafsson, Technology MVP, my Swedish colleague, with the excellent blog on Sitecore issues.
  • Mads-Peter Jakobsen, former digital strategist, now holds the Ambassador MVP title. Where Christina solves the how’s behind analytics, Mads-Peter finds the why’s.
  • Thomas Stern, Technology MVP, is also organizing SUGCON’s, and like Alan Coates, knows everything.

Congratulations to all of the MVP’s around the world. I hope to see many of you at the upcoming SUGCON’s and the MVP Summit in Orlando.

About briancaos

Developer at Pentia A/S since 2003. Have developed Web Applications using Sitecore Since Sitecore 4.1.
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