Thank you for sharing the many ways to #LearnSitecore. To all of you who used your influence to better the community with resources that could guide future work and projects, your recommendations were greatly appreciated. There were lots of useful resources shared, both familiar and up-and-coming, that serves as a true testament to all the hard work and ongoing contributions of the entire ecosystem.
#LearnSitecore was created to provide a platform to get your hard work in front of a wider audience that goes beyond your networks. Sitecore developers looking to maintain relevant technical knowledge or assimilate to the latest product offerings can join the conversation, follow, or find what it is you’ve been up to. This extra visibility can help boost your personal brand and establish yourself as a subject matter expert to open new doors for your career and Sitecore practice.
Top 3 resources around the community
The coming together, of members of the community and Sitecore, to form an ecosystem that supports one another and invests in ways to make each other better was on full display during the Ways to Learn Challenge. The learning resources we saw, came from owners on both sides of the spectrum and were comprehensive to all the different channels and learning styles. Please take the time to explore the top 3 resources recommended by the community:
The top 3 learning resources from community members:
The top 3 learning resources from Sitecore:
The winners are…
Congratulations to all the winners of the Ways to Learn Challenge. For taking the time to contribute to the community, we’d like to send you off to the new year with a little love from Sitecore and the Technical Marketing team. We’ll be InMailing each of the winners with information on your $40 Amazon Gift Cards (USD).
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Thanks for this appreciation.