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Leslie_Hubertus
Community Manager
Community Manager

Congratulations to the 2022 DevCentral MVPs!

 

Without users who take time from their busy days to share their experience and knowledge for others, DevCentral would be more of a corporate news site and not an actual user community. To that end, the DevCentral MVP Award is given annually to the outstanding group of individuals – the experts in the technical F5 user community who go out of their way to engage with the user community. The award is our way of recognizing their significant contributions, because while all of our users collectively make DevCentral one of the top community sites around and a valuable resource for everyone, MVPs regularly go above and beyond in assisting fellow F5 users. We understand that 2021 was difficult for everyone, and we are extra-grateful to this year's MVPs for going out of their ways to help others. 

 

MVPs get badges in their DevCentral profiles so everyone can see that they are recognized experts. This year’s MVPs will receive a glass award, certificate, exclusive thank-you gifts, and invitations to exclusive webinars and behind-the-scenes looks at things like roadmaps, new product sneak-previews, and innovative concepts in development.
 

The 2022 DevCentral MVPs are:

Aditya K Vlogs
AlexBCT
Amine_Kadimi
Austin_Geraci
Boneyard
Daniel_Wolf
Dario_Garrido
David.burgoyne
Donamato 01
Enes_Afsin_Al
FrancisD
iaine
jaikumar_f5
Jim_Schwartzme1
JoshBecigneul
JTLampe
Kai Wilke
Kees van den Bos
Kevin_Davies
Lionel Deval (Lidev)
LouisK
Mayur_Sutare
Neeeewbie
Niels_van_Sluis
Nikoolayy1
P K
Patrik_Jonsson
Philip Jönsson
Rob_Carr
 
Rodrigo_Albuquerque
Samstep
SanjayP

ScottE
Sebastian Maniak
Stefan_Klotz
StephanManthey
Tyler.Hatton

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