Your SitecoreBasics Wins Sitecore MVP 2014 Award
I’m sure you will be very pleased to know that, your very own SitecoreBasics blog author has been announced as Sitecore MVP for 2014. Continuously second year! (Maintaining success takes more efforts than achieving it) Cordially thanks to you! (Yes, you!) for inspiring me by your comments, visits, and reads on SitecoreBasics blog! Also, thanks to Sitecore development team who developed such a nice environment to work on, Sitecore support team members who are always there to answer our questions in tough time and sharing their technical expertise with us! Thank you Sitecore!
After getting listed in Sitecore MVP 2013 list, the feeling was awesome and thought to push my self more to share more in 2014 and target to achieve Sitecore MVP Award 2014. It really feels great to be a part of such an elite group!
You are new to the Sitecore World/Would like to know more about Sitecore MVP Award and have following questions?:
- What’s the Sitecore MVP award all about?
- What’s the process?
- How to get nominated?
- What’s the selection process?
- What are the benefits?
I had same questions and have already written detailed post on it. I would suggest you to give it a read here
So, a question might come to your mind. What all you’ve contributed in 2014. And it is really a good question. Here it is:
- Blog: Writing regular posts on my Sitecore blog at : https://sitecorebasics.wordpress.com/ [It got 107 Posts, 31 Categories, 53 Tags, 79,405 Page Views, Average 100 Visits per day, 203 Comments, 31 Categories, 53 Tags].
- Forums: Active at SDN forums: http://sdn.sitecore.net/forum//user/Profile.aspx?UserID=6906 [Total 431 Posts, Post Rank 1, Top 10 Posts]
- Shared source modules/Sitecore Marketplace: Contributed three modules:
- Package History – http://marketplace.sitecore.net/en/Modules/PackageHistory.aspx
- Other activities : Started new initiatives to share Daily and Weekly Sitecore updates with Sitecore enthusiasts (More on these initiatives has been posted here — https://sitecorebasics.wordpress.com/2013/09/16/two-ways-to-update-your-sitecore-basics-dailyweekly/):
- Sitecore Daily Paper : http://paper.li/kiranpatils/1378702752 — Daily update on Sitecore, Generating paper using following sources — Twitter (#Sitecore, @Sitecore,#SCBasicsDaily) Facebook (#Sitecore),RSS Feed (Sitecore/Sitecore MVP RSS Feed)
- Sitecore Weekly Newsletter : http://tinyletter.com/sitecorebasics — Weekly newsletter on Sitecorebasics combined from same source as paper.li. But shortlisted must read an article gets delivered to reader’s e-mail box. Currently it has 43 subscribers till this point of time!
- Whitepapers and Documents : Here are few of them
- https://sitecorebasics.wordpress.com/2013/02/06/transfer-tool-media-transfer-bug/ – Comic blog post!
- Blog post on Sitecore7 Basics – https://sitecorebasics.wordpress.com/2013/06/18/sitecore7-basics/ and PPT which explains Sitecore7 Basics http://www.scribd.com/doc/148368817/Sitecore7-Basics [Total Views 154, Total Embed Views 1126 views]
- https://sitecorebasics.wordpress.com/2013/04/04/sitecore-mvps-blog-feed-and-twitter-list-along-with-a-combined-rss-feed-from-sitecore-mvps-blog-feeds/ Created Sitecore MVPs combined Yahoo Feed — http://pipes.yahoo.com/pipes/pipe.run?_id=a4854adf0c2c2518e526facaac8ab8c2&_render=rss at the same time created Sitecore MVP’s Blog, RSS Feed and Twitter handle’s list — https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/pub?key=0AuSZJtbDBPCQdFZKaUIxZkhxZlFndk11c1NUZU84YkE&output=html
- Guide on Sitecore Troubleshooting Path — This guide will help you to troubleshoot Sitecore challenges which you may face. e.g. CM/CD/PI is slow, CM/CD/PI is crashed, CM/CD/PI is slow etc. : https://sitecorebasics.wordpress.com/2013/03/27/sitecore-troubleshooting-path/ [Total Views 177, Total Embed Views 1947 views]
- https://sitecorebasics.wordpress.com/2013/02/13/basics-of-sitecore-mvp-award/ – Written an article which explains the whole process to achieve Sitecore MVP award.
As we all know, nothing big can be achieved by a single person. There are a lot of others involved to make things happen. And same holds true in my case as well. This award would have been impossible without lot of people’s support and wishes! Would like to cordially thanks to each one of them!
Hope to see you in next year’s Sitecore MVP list! (Eager to know how to be Sitecore MVP, give this post a read here. It explains the Basics of Sitecore MVP Award). Still have questions? Feel free to drop me a line! Will be happy to help you to be a Sitecore MVP 2015! 🙂 (Because God helps them, who helps others!)
Wish you luck! Still then Keep reading, Keep learning, Keep sharing! (Because Knowledge shared with others is not CUT-PASTE, It is always COPY-PASTE)
Happy Coding! 🙂