We believe in people – and without people software is nothing. The Ucommerce MVP programme recognises the great people that push our platform forward and create the real value behind Ucommerce.
The Ucommerce MVP's of 2017/2018
Chief Ecommerce Architect
Tomas Antvorskov Krag
Senior Product Manager
Martin Askjær Kristensen
Rhode Island, United States
Web Application Developer
California, United States
Vermont, United States
Senior .NET Developer
Partner, Digital Director
Strategy & Business Development
Technology Partnership Product Owner
Brno, Czech Republic
Anders Trans Sørensen
Major Friends Maker
Adam Peter Nielsen
Christian Holst Færch
What does it take to become a Ucommerce MVP?
Besides all the fame, money and glory coming your way one question must have popped up in your mind: "How do I stay here on top of the Ucommerce world"? Well, we call it "The Holy Trinity of the Ucommerce MVP". Within the following 12 months you must complete all of the following.
First of all, you need to make a *Public Contribution*. This can be a blog post, a talk on a conference or some other form of public effort to talk about and promote Ucommerce.
Then there is the *Technical/Business Contribution*. This could be an app in our app platform, an extension of our Open Source projects, being active in the community on Eureka or making an business case.
1 Ucommerce project
Finally you must have been a lead or somehow been involved in at least 1 new Ucommerce project within the coming 12 months, to maintain your status.
Ucommerce MVP Award Application
Submitting an application for an Ucommerce MVP Award is a voluntary exercise and is based on participation in the community. I realize that I am not guaranteed to be awarded the Ucommerce MVP Award based on submitting this nomination form. Nominating and awarding the Ucommerce MVP Award is solely the responsibility of Ucommerce and I understand that even though I have met all the criteria in my application, no guarantee can be made to actually achieving a Ucommerce MVP Award.