Helen Hopkinson
Mar 14, 2014
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Announcing the first EPiServer Commerce Certified Developers

I’m happy to announce the names of the first developers to be certified in EPiServer Commerce! Congratulations to the following developers, partners and EPiServer employees and we look forward to following the development of some great EPiServer Commerce solutions.

The certification exam will be available at regular, scheduled certification sessions from March 31st. Sign up today!

EPiServer partner developers

  • Martin Pickering - Maginus – UK
  • Håvard Grendal - Making Waves – Norway
  • Robert Strube - Nansen – USA
  • Mari Jorgensen - Geta As – Norway
  • Mattias Bomelin - Avensia – Sweden
  • Johan Petersson - NetRelations – USA
  • Khurram Khan - Welcom Software – UK
  • Fredrik Haglund – Sweden
  • Viktor Gars - Nansen – Sweden
  • Magnus Nilsson - Star Republic – Sweden
  • Christer Heinbäck - Consid – Sweden

EPiServer employees

  • Shannon Gray
  • Per Gunsarfs
  • Mark Hall
  • Magnus Rahl
  • Magnus Stråle
  • Steve Celius
  • Quan Mai
  • Paul West
  • Dan Wyand
  • Tobias Nilsson
  • Jonas Bergqvist
  • Tim Blanchard
  • Kristoffer Sjöberg
  • Ton Nguyen
  • Ossian Berggren
  • Raitis Grinbergs
Mar 14, 2014

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