We’ve been enjoying an amazing summer with the Salesforce Developer Community – from our recap of Salesforce1 Developer Week to the amazing apps seen at the Summer of Hacks! The developer community continues to grow and more and more developers are finding ways to share their knowledge with the community. It’s time again to recognize those individuals who exemplify community leadership by nominating them to be a Force.com MVP. Force.com MVPs are those that best represent the Salesforce Developer Community. They’re active on the Developer Forums, StackExchange, and on their own blogs sharing code and examples. They write books, they run Developer Groups, they build and maintain open source code you use every day. These are the developers that you look to for the latest tools and tricks which help you expand your development skills.
To nominate someone for the Force.com MVP you’ll complete a brief form where you explain how this person represents the best of the Salesforce Developer Community. Nominations are open until August 18, 2014.
As always, thank you for your continued support of the Force.com MVP program! Your nominations are invaluable and benefit the entire developer community.
Force.com MVPs Kartik Viswanadha, Ankit Arora, & Abhinav Gupta with
Director of Developer Evangelism Dave Carroll and Developer Community
Manager April Nassi at the 2014 Salesforce MVP Summit