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Wow we’re almost already at the end of 2021. Sitecore’s MVP nomination season opened up again.

The time has moved fast. And what a year it has been. COVID-19 has changed the world and affected us all in 2021 and it looks like it’s going to affect us the upcoming winter with numbers increasing again over here in Europe. Hereby I would like to express that I hope you and your loved ones are healthy and remain healthy.

At the beginning of the year I received my 12th Sitecore MVP title from Sitecore and during the year I’ve been working on some prestigious Sitecore platforms, open-source Sitecore projects, and continued with my Sitecore blogging, something I increased a lot since 2019 & 2020.

With the Sitecore MVP 2022 nominations coming up, with this blog-post I would like to write down what my contributions were in 2021 to the Sitecore Community.

Sitecore blogs

Sitecore Youtube video’s

I produced a total of 5 Sitecore YouTube video’s in 2021 with a total running time of 2 hours and 7 minutes of demo material.

You can watch my YouTube channel here.

Sitecore open-source contributions

I contributed to or shared the following Sitecore open-source projects/code:

For 2022 my goals are to continue to work on great Sitecore projects, pick up presenting again (weather that’s on stage or on YouTube), and do even more with Docker and Headless Sitecore (JSS/Next.JS and .NET Core).

But maybe more important, I hope to see you all in real life again, whether it is in Budapest during SUGCON Europe 2022 or at a future Sitecore Symposium, I really miss the Sitecore Community! Let’s hope the pandemic will pass by as fast as possible.

Tips & Tricks for your MVP nomination

Here are some tips and tricks that might help you with your application:

Wishing you all a great 2022 with lots of Sitecore-ing! Good luck on your Sitecore MVP nominations!