Note: This blog post is from 2010. Some content may be outdated--though not necessarily. Same with links and subsequent comments from myself or others. Corrections are welcome, in the comments. And I may revise the content as necessary.Like many others announcing today, I just got word that I have been selected again as what used to be called an "Adobe Community Expert", but today has been renamed the "Adobe Community Professionals" program.
Ah, well, as Shakespeare (kind of) said, "a rose by any other word smell just as sweet".
I'm just grateful to have been renewed in the program. I love doing all the things that were among the considerations for the selection, whether it's running the CFMeetup online weekly CFUG, my CF411 repository of over 1,000 tools and resources of interest to CFers, speaking at conferences, writing articles, writing in the CFWACK8 and 9 books, contributing to many mailing lists and forums, and more.
And I have still more resources yet to come. Besides the conference speaking (like I the first one I just announced earlier today) and new articles already in the works, I also have plans to create some entirely new resources focused especially on CF troubleshooting that I will announce in coming days/weeks.
We have a great CF community, and I offer my congrats to all my fellow new and renewed ACPs. I also offer my thanks to those who may not have been renewed (or chose not to renew) but have also contributed so much to the community.
Thanks also to Adobe for offering the program of recognition. Of course, we do it out of love for the Adobe products (in my case, CF), but the recognition and benefits are certainly appreciated. Here's to a great 2010!
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