It’s official, welcome the MVPs!


January 6, 2009 by Alistair Deneys

Well, it’s official.

Today Sitecore made a press release about this years MVPs. And I am so proud to finally be able to say that I am now a Sitecore MVP. I join 12 others from the wider Sitecore community who have all been named MVPs by Sitecore. Read the press release for more details on what the MVP program is, and how we all ended up there.

So onto the congrats and thanks!

Congratulations to Christopher Wojciech, Julius Ganns, Justin Sjouw, Klaus Petersen, Mark van Aalst, Mark Cassidy, Thomas Eldblom, Eric Briand, Andy Uzick, Glen McInnis, Alexander Pfandt and Ben Golden for also being named MVPs this year. I have read many of your blogs and contributions before, and I now have some more blogs to add to my list.

Next, thank you to Philipp Heltewig and Jimmie Overby for nominating me (and anyone else involved in that). Thanks Phil for pushing me to start a blog and for supporting me in my Sitecore endeavors. Thanks Jimmie for helping me get hooked on shared source.

A huge thanks to my beautiful wife Tina who puts up with me tapping away on the laptop on the couch each evening, whilst I explore and communicate to the Sitecore world.

And finally, thanks to all who voted for me. It is so great to be recognized and this award is a huge motivator to get some more of my projects finished and start some new ones.


2 thoughts on “It’s official, welcome the MVPs!

  1. Kerry Bellerose says:

    Congratulations, Alistair!

    The recognition is well deserved!



  2. Evan Paterson says:

    Congrats 🙂
    I have been following your blog for the last few months, and I’m glad you were recognized for your awesome work.


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