Sitecore Strategist MVP

My Path to Most Valuable Professional

In 2016, after attending Sitecore Symposium and SUGCON, New Orleans, I made it my personal goal to become a Sitecore Strategist MVP. This is the story of my pursuit of Sitecore MVP status and my Sitecore Module product idea.

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Sitecore Strategist MVP

My Path to Most Valuable Professional

In 2016, after attending Sitecore Symposium and SUGCON, New Orleans, I made it my personal goal to become a Sitecore Strategist MVP. This is the story of my pursuit of Sitecore MVP status and my Sitecore Module product idea.

An Introduction to my Sitecore Module & Product Idea.

I created this project to act as the “hub” for all posts related to my Sitecore MVP pursuit and my Sitecore product idea. My first post is an introduction to the series and is titled, “Pursuing Sitecore MVP – My Sitecore Product Idea”. As I post more segments to this project, they will all be included here. You can follow along on my Sitecore MVP journey from this page.

Here are some more “Path to MVP” Related Posts:

Path to MVP – How did I start my new Sitecore feature idea?

My path to Sitecore MVP and my new Sitecore feature idea. I am not a developer, but I do have skin in this game. I chose to own my experience platform.

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Path to MVP – An Introduction to My Sitecore Product Idea

In late 2016, I decided to pursue my Sitecore Strategist MVP nomination. For my nomination, I came up with a new Sitecore module idea. Here’s how I did it.

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This realistic Sitecore implementation timeline can keep you out of trouble.

A Sitecore implementation timeline isn’t simply design, build, test, deploy. It’s far more involved. Here’s a realistic Sitecore timeline with Gantt chart.

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Who is Daniel Ruyter?

An Orlando, Florida Sitecore enthusiast and MVP hopeful, a marketing technology professional, content creator and photographer.
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