I want to take a moment to thank Salesforce and all contributors and moderators of this community .Its just pleasure to see some of the contributors of this community making to the new MVP list and lot of folks got renewed . Nice work everyone and lets keep helping each other and learn together .
Thank you Mohith. Were it not for SF.SE, I can assure you that my name would not have been on that list today. I feel both honored and humbled to be named as a Salesforce MVPs. I've learned a great deal about Salesforce and coding since having first logged into this site looking for help several years ago.
Many of those who helped me were and still are MVPs. I've learned so much from far too many to list all their names. Some in that group are almost like "heroes" to me in that they constantly inspire me and have given me cause to return here. I'm constantly learning from what's posted and it feeds my thirst for knowledge as well as for comradery.
This a great place. There's nothing quite like it and I'm proud to be a part of Salesforce.StackExchange.
The SFSE community has been amazing. I've been proud to be a part of the SFSE family for quiet some time now and I'm happy to report that I've have joined the MVP ranks in this Summer'16 nomination cycle along with Cal. I totally agree - it's been a great learning process on SFSE and I hope in the process I've made some meaningful contributions of my own.
Though I'm also active on Forums, am a DUG leader and I've been speaking at Dreamforce for a number of years, I take a lot of pride in seeing myself as a SFSE member being nominated as a MVP.
At the same time, I strongly believe we still have some really good members who deserve to be MVPs and I'm confident that they'll be joining the ohana in the coming cycles/ years. Thank you for the support and let's keep up the amazing work on SFSE so far!
Thanks for being such an awesome contributor Mohith! When I first proposed this site I had an inkling that it'd do well, but I was never expecting the growth we've actually seen in the last four years.
It's a tribute to the community as a whole that so many people are willing to share their expertise and time with others.