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Honor Roll - September 2017

Blog Post created by frank.field@nintex.com Employee on Sep 7, 2017

Welcome to our monthly mention of noteworthy community contributors!

 

In May, we started a new way of highlighting people you should probably be following in the community.  It's a great way to really get a sense of their contributions.

 

Each month, I name 10 people to the Honor Roll, and ask you to visit their profile and then "follow" them to spark connections.  This month, I wanted to point out that we have a mix of community members and some Nintex Technical Evangelists!

 

Richard Ruth is a SharePoint developer who's created some great blogs recently. And Eric Rhodes is a long-time member who regularly shares his knowledge here and in attending our annual conference. Mike Oryszak is a senior solutions architect who freely offers good advice in a friendly manner. I love his helpfulness. And Paul Crawford is a freelance SharePoint consultant and Blue Ribbon Group member in the community who is always willing to get his hands dirty to help someone.

 

William Knowles, Jaimé Seita, Terry Simpson and Gonzalo Marcos are Nintex Technical Evangelists whose writing you are going to see a lot more of in the community. If you like knowing the minute someone posts useful info, follow them!

 

Here's how: Visit each of their profiles and click "follow," which is just to the right of their smiling profile photo.  Here's an example:

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Why do this?  Because following someone puts their community activity in the news stream of your choosing and exposes you to what they're doing in the community.

 

This month's Honor Roll members:

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Mike Oryszak 

Paul Crawford

Lachlan Ainley (Hawkeye Product Marketing Mgr)

William Knowles (TE)

Jaimé Seita (TE)

Eric Rhodes

Richard Ruth

Matt Jennings (Forms and Mobile Product Marketing Mgr)

Terry Simpson (TE)

Gonzalo Marcos (TE)

 

 

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Honor Roll members will get this badge in their reputation center, along with 100 points.

 

If you'd like to nominate someone for the honor roll next month, post their name below and tell us why you think they should have a bigger following!

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