Luminary developer named Episerver MVP

Luminary Tech Lead Darren Stahlhut has been awarded Episerver Most Valued Professional status.

Tami Iseli

By Tami Iseli, 1 minute read

Luminary Tech Lead Darren Stahlhut has joined the ranks of the Episerver elite, becoming one of just 58 Episerver Most Valued Professionals (EMVP) worldwide, and one of only three in Australia.

The EMVP program recognises Episerver’s ‘most active mentors’, who are leading the way through the sharing of knowledge, skills and ideas with the Episerver community.

Darren is one of three new EMVPs, alongside Tomas Hensrud Gulla from Novacare in Norway, and Francisco Quintanilla of Verndale in Ecuador.

“EMVPs are individuals who bring their experience in technology and business forward in the spirit of open exchange of knowledge and creativity,” Episerver said in a statement announcing its newest EMVPs. “They willingly use knowledge gained through their own successes and failures to accelerate the success of others.” 

While the EMVP program started out focusing on developers sharing technical blogs and code, the program was expanded in early 2017 to also include digital strategists. 

Aside from the honour and distinction of being part of an elite group of industry experts, EVMPs enjoy a number of benefits, including direct access to other EMVPs to ask questions and exchange ideas, early information regarding upcoming product launches, and invitations to exclusive EMVP meetups and events.

In return, EMVPs are expected to maintain their contribution to the Episerver community through activities such as blogging, speaking engagements and contributing to relevant forums and open-source projects on Github.

More information about the EMVP program can be found at world.episerver.com/emvp

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