Announcing the 2017 Kentico MVPs

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Kentico’s technical community is a vibrant and diverse mix of developers, designers, and site administrators. Among those members are several individuals who go to great lengths to help others and promote Kentico and its features. For their efforts, Kentico awards these dedicated members the title of Kentico Most Valuable Professional (MVP).  In this article, I will introduce you to the 2017 Kentico MVPs.

Each year we have hundreds of developers who participate in online forums, DevNet Q&A’s, user group presentations, and many other activities to assist the Kentico community.  While we have a tremendous amount of involvement throughout the community, we have recognized a handful of developers who have gone above and beyond with their contributions. These individuals have shown a commitment to Kentico and the development community and excelled at assisting others with their knowledge and experience.

Here are your 2017 Kentico MVPs!

Andy Thompson

Andy Thompson
CTO - Get Started
Check out his blog here.

Brenden Kehren

Brenden Kehren
Owner - Kehren Development
Check out his blog here.

Andy Thompson

Brian McKeiver
Co-Owner - BizStream
Check out his blog here.

David te Kloese

David te Kloese
Lead Software Developer - Evident
Check out his blog here.

Ilesh Mistry

Ilesh MIstry
Kentico Technical Architect - MMT Digital
Check out his blog here.

Jeroen Furst

Jeroen Fürst
Lead Software Developer - TrueLime
Check out his blog here.

Kristian Bortnik

Kristian Bortnik
Head of Development - Web Design Magic
Check out his blog here.

Laura Frese

Laura Frese
Solution Architect - iMedia
Check out her blog here.

Matt Nield

Matt Nield
Development Manager - Ridgeway
Check out his blog here.

Michael Kinkaid

Michael Kinkaid
CTO - ecentricarts
Check out his blog here.

Roman Hutnyk

Roman Hutnyk
Owner - Bits Orchestra
Check out his blog here.

Becoming an MVP

Being a Kentico MVP is a challenging task, requiring talent with the Kentico platform and dedication to helping the community. MVPs are asked to speak at conferences and contribute to online discussions and forums while steadily producing blogs and other content to assist the development community.  Each of the 2017 MVPs has proven that they are committed to the Kentico development community and over the last year have produced blogs, presentations, Marketplace items, as well as contributed to other areas of the product and the community.

While our 2017 MVPs have already been selected, we are always looking for other members to join this outstanding group. If you would like to become an MVP, please see our MVP Program overview and nominate yourself using the form. We are always considering new members for the group and would love to have you join the program.

You can find more about the Kentico MVP Program here.

Congratulations again to our 2017 Kentico MVPs and thank you for all you do for the Kentico development community!

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Bryan Soltis

Hello. I am a Technical Evangelist here at Kentico and will be helping the technical community by providing guidance and best practices for all areas of the product. I might also do some karaoke. We'll see how it the night goes...