Application for: Mike Reynolds

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

Mike Reynolds (aka Sitecore Junkie, aka the Sitecore Wizard Guy, aka Mr. Goldsuit).

I have been architecting and developing Sitecore solutions since 2007. I started on version 5.2.

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

I strongly believe in the mantra “sharing is caring”, and also believe that those who share with one another will succeed together. This is why I share as much as I can with the Sitecore Community so we can all flourish together as Sitecore Craftsmen.

Basic details about me:


Some stuff I’ve done in 2017:

In 2017, I have presented at Sitecore User Groups in Australia and Canada, and will continue to speak at as many Sitecore User Groups as possible throughout the remainder of the year (need a speaker? Give a shout!)

Some of these presentations might be found on YouTube (

Moreover, I will be co-presenting a session at Sitecore Symposium 2017 showcasing Virtual and Augmented Reality on Sitecore.

I am also a co-founder of the Sydney Sitecore User Group (, and organised it up until August 2017. I have also been an honourary co-organiser of the Milwaukee Sitecore User Group ( since 2015.

Here are a few additional things I have done (or continue to do):
– Community judge for the Sitecore Hackathon ( since 2015.
– Sitecore Community Slack Co-Founder and Admin — I try to help people find relevant channels for their queries; respond to new invitation requests; and also try to make it a great (and fun) environment for everyone.
– Unofficial Sitecore Training Co-organiser:
– Co-organiser of the Core Community Friend Award:
– Lead the daily #SitecoreScrum tweetup on Twitter. The #SitecoreScrum tweetup — in the spirit of the daily standup (aka daily Scrum) held by practitioners of the Scrum agile software development methodology — aims to coalesce the Sitecore community to share thoughts, kindle ideas, and offer assistance by being transparent on what is being worked on today.

You can find the #SitecoreScrum on Twitter:

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