A couple of months back, Topcoder – the world’s largest crowdsourcing community of developers, designers and algorithmists announced their first ever batch of MVPs (aka Most Valuable Professionals) and I’m thrilled and honoured to have been included in the list.
I started off on Topcoder more than six years back and I believe it’s a good time to reflect on this incredible journey of passion, learning and growing together with the community.
Exactly four weeks back (29th July 2016 to be precise), Salesforce announced the Summer’16 class of Salesforce MVPs and I’m truly humbled and honoured to be on that list. It’s been an interesting and exciting few weeks since then, first – it took a while for the news and the recognition to sink in. And since then, it’s been all about setting time aside to learn more and getting used to various aspects of being a part of the MVP ranks.
With time passing by, that euphoria has somewhat settled – so it’s take time to reflect on what it means for me to be a Salesforce MVP, the journey so far and what lies ahead. The opinions are purely my own and a reflection of the collective thoughts on the experience of being recognised as a Salesforce MVP.