7th time Sitecore MVP Robbert Hock will attend the exclusive Sitecore MVP Summit in New Orleans
In a month, on September 12th 2016, Robbert Hock – 7th time Sitecore MVP, Sitecore Freelancer & owner of Kayee – will attend the ‘exclusive’ Sitecore MVP Summit 2016 in New Orleans, USA. During the 2 day summit (Sept 12th & 13th), Sitecore will share and give insights on the future plans of the Digital platform.
Exclusive insight into the vision and development of the future of Sitecore
As part of an exclusive group of Sitecore MVP’s (177 Technology MVP’s – 35 Digital Strategist MVP’s & 9 Commerce MVP’s) Robbert is thrilled to be part of the summit.
As a 7th time Sitecore MVP & freelance Sitecore Technology Specialist, I’ve been been working since 2008 on Sitecore implementations that vary from campaign websites to multi-site & multi-language platforms. My clients are end clients and Dutch and International Digital Agencies, where I’m helping them to create immersive experiences across all digital channels for themselves and for their clients.
With the exclusive insight I’m getting on the future of Sitecore, the global leader in experience management software, I can stay on top of the game. With the gained knowledge from the summit I can make better decisions for my clients and their continuation of their Sitecore platforms to the future
Hyatt Regency New Orleans is the destination for the Sitecore MVP Summit 2016!
The Sitecore MVP Summit 2016 will be held at the award-winning Hyatt Regency New Orleans, conveniently located in vibrant downtown New Orleans, the same venue as where the Sitecore global conference Sitecore Symposium 2016 will be held.
For the first time in Symposium history, Sitecore is bringing together communities from around the world to engage collectively for one global conference experience.
Education and Networking
Currently the agenda for the Sitecore MVP Summit 2016 is still not online yet, but one thing is sure: The summit will give Robbert a kick start into new features and a peek in the Sitecore kitchen of what’s planned in the short future (Sitecore 8.2 & 8.3) and the long future.
And connecting with the key-people within Sitecore and the other Sitecore MVP’s, this is my chance to talk to the people that can actually change Sitecore.
I’m looking forward to see the vision and results of what Sitecore is doing to bring the Web Content Management System and awarded Digital Platform to the next generation of ASP.NET. It’ll be exciting to be able to hear and probably see this as one of the first people in the world.
As one of the co-founders and organizers of the Dutch Sitecore User Group and co-organizer of SUGCON Europe, the Sitecore community means a lot to me!
Meeting well-known Sitecore MVP’s who I’ve engaged with on Twitter, through email, Slack or on the Sitecore Community forum is fantastic. This is a great way of meeting them, either for the first time or seeing them again after a while since for example SUGCON Europe 2016 or previously meetings.