Application for: Baraa Mahroka

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Who? (Tell us about you. Your name, where you work, etc. Anything relevant to the Application.)

My name is Baraa Mahroka and I am a friendly, i.e. not aggressive Sitecore Developer at TechGuilds based in Toronto. I am neither a Sitecore MVP (aiming to be) nor a Sitecore Certified Professional Developer (soon to be) but I still love you all. I started working with Sitecore 7.1 until now. I always say great stuff about Sitecore, isn’t that enough!

Quiz: How many times I mentioned Sitecore in this section?

Why Me? (Here is your chance to explain why people need to vote for you. What contributions have you made to help the community.)

Since the very first day I worked with Sitecore I believed in the product and started learning a lot of stuff about it to a level I became very comfortable working with it. I have decided to target my activities online and offline to teach those who are new to Sitecore so I can fast-track them to the level I achieved. I did that through writing blog posts, tweeting, re-tweeting, sharing posts and most importantly teaching our new employees and helping them with all the issues and shortcuts I have learned so far to save them time and bring them to work comfortably with Sitecore. I highly believe in sharing knowledge, so I will continue do what I am doing to provide developers with the knowledge I have as I consider it one of the reasons of happiness. I also contributed to the Sitecore Marketplace, attended user groups, shared knowledge internally through our TechGuilds lunch and learn sessions and contributed to our Project Peek to make Sitecore VR enabled.

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– Blog:
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– Always attend Toronto Sitecore User Group’s events as we host it along with other Sitecore user groups.

– uCommerce for Sitecore certified.
– Sitecore® Developer Foundations eLearning
– Sitecore® Experience Solution Developer eLearning

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