A little while back Thom Robbins, Chief Evangelist from Kentico CMS, and I sat down and had a private conversation. It was then that he first informed me that Kentico would like to make me a Kentico CMS Most Valuable Professional. After getting over my initial shock, I felt honored about being the recipient of this award.
I’m excited to join the Kentico MVP community which consists of Jeroen Furst and Bryan Soltis. Jeroen and Bryan are top notch experts in ASP.NET, Kentico, and Windows Azure.
A Kentico MVP is meant to be a community emissary for Kentico CMS. They are expected to participate, listen and contribute to the CMS and .NET communities with resources and articles. Receiving this award gives me even more motivation to keep my blog posts coming. My goal in 2012 is to make more Kentico related posts than the previous year and add a few new contributions to the Kentico Marketplace.
Read the full press release, Kentico CMS Announces the 2012 MVP Awards, or click through to learn more about the Kentico MVP program.
I’d also like to thank Kentico for this recognition, and thank my team at BizStream for making this possible.