MVP’s are the best of the best. They’re active on the Developer Forums, StackExchange, and on their own blogs sharing code, writing books, and running Developer Groups. In short, they are the developers that you look to help you expand your development skills. We’re pleased to renew these MVP’s for another year.

As a reminder, all MVPs hold their term for one year, at which point they are then up for renewal. We are pleased to renew the MVP status for another year for Dan Appleman, Don Robins, Jesse Altman, Joe Ferraro, and Patrick Connelly. They continue to contribute to the Salesforce Developer Community via their technical leadership. Joining them in the Summer ’14 MVP Class is new inductees Jitendra Zaa, Paul Battisson, and Shivanath Devinarayanan. These developers are continually making contributions to the developer community via blogs, webcasts, and community leadership. We are pleased to welcome them to the program and look forward to their future contributions!

Jitendra Zaa Paul Battisson Shivanath Devinarayanan

About the MVP Program

The MVP Program recognizes outstanding contributors and technological leaders in the cloud platform ecosystems. These MVPs are being called out for willingly sharing their expertise with others, demonstrating stewardship of the community in which they play an integral part, advancing the community body of knowledge and strengthening the developer network. There are also benefits for becoming a MVP. Individuals participating in the program get early access to technology and features to build on their past accomplishments in new ways, by contributing at greater levels of involvement with the platform.

If you know an outstanding individual who could serve as an ambassador to the developer community in the role of a MVP, feel free to nominate them. If you’re interested in becoming a MVP or want to learn more about the program, visit the MVP Program page.

Congratulations to everyone!

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