It’s been raining for the past week in San Francisco and the biggest store display you see these days tends to be the one for allergy relief so it’s safe to conclude that Spring has Sprung here! And how better to celebrate then to kick off another round of nominations for the Force.com MVP program? Today I’m pleased to officially open the nomination period for the Spring ’14 class of Force.com MVPs.
The Force.com MVP program is designed to recognize those in the developer community who consistently set the standard of community stewardship. These are the developers you’re always looking for at your local developer group meeting, or making sure to never miss their blog posts. You see potential Force.com MVPs leading trainings and helping their fellow developers grow their own skills. Perhaps this person is a mentor to you or someone who has unselfishly given their time and energy to help not only you but the entire developer community via the Developer Forums or StackExchange.
To make a nomination simply complete the nomination form. Tell us about your interactions with this person, where we can find them on the internet, and how they have set the standard for the developer community at large. Nominations are open until April 18, 2014. This program is made possible by your feedback so thank you for your time in nominating a developer!