Allan Thraen
Dec 18, 2017
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EMVP - Call for nominations

It's that merry time of year again. Snow is falling, it's cold and dark outside, and even the cool developers light candles in their coding dungeon. I'm of course referring to EMVP Nomination time!

Although we have now changed the program so we accept  nominations all year around - and evaluate incoming quarterly, we will do a big round of evaluations in January - so potential new EMVPs still have time to make travel plans to this years unforgetable EMVP Summit following the Ascend conference in Las Vegas.

So if you know someone you feel deserves to be recognized as an Episerver Most Valued Professional this is the time to let me know, and I will pass on the nomination to the EMVP Board.

An EMVP is someone who actively – and consistently through a longer period of time has done their utmost to help, support and inspire others in the Episerver community. This can be developers or digital strategists that blog, tweet, youtube, speak publicly - or in other ways share their knowledge with the rest of the Episerver community.

Learn more about the EMVP program at world.episerver.com/emvp.

Send an email with your recommendation to allan (at) episerver (dot) com before Jan 1st.

Dec 18, 2017

Comments

Quan Mai
Quan Mai Dec 18, 2017 04:06 PM

I should mention (with a small regret on my side) is that Episerver employees are not eligible for this program :) 

valdis
valdis Dec 18, 2017 06:35 PM

you are holding that title by default ;)

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