Would you like to be a ServiceNow Developer MVP? The Developer MVPs are a collection of ServiceNow developers who are passionate about ServiceNow and inspire other developers by sharing their extensive knowledge openly and inclusively. They help, encourage, and enable developers of all skill levels and types succeed in building and developing on the Now Platform.
Benefits and Criteria
In addition to the fame, fortune, and great renown that comes along with being a developer MVP you get a dedicated slack channel where you can bug Brad and Andrew at all hours. Check out our Developer MVP Criteria for 2021 blog post for more benefits of being a Developer MVP including feedback from some of the current MVPs as well as information about the selection criteria.
We expect ServiceNow Developer MVPs to maintain professional, open-minded, and inclusive interactions and language while acting as a Developer MVP and to contribute to the developer blog, youtube channel, meetups, and events like CreatorCon.
Candidate Submission Process
If you are interested in becoming a 2021 Developer MVP there are two steps:
Login to devprogramresources.service-now.com using a google account. If this is your first time logging into this instance (for most it probably is) you’ll need to visit the instance and click the Sign in with Google button. That will register your google account with the instance and an approval will be generated to the Developer Advocate team. Once we approve you’ll get an email telling you to login. This instance is not connected to standard ServiceNow SSO.
Once you can login to the instance you’ll be taken to the dev program portal. Click MVP Candidate Submission to visit the submission form. Fill out the form as fully as you can, but once you submit you can come back and add more later if necessary.
You’ll be able to make changes and add links to your submission through the end of December 2020. At that time your profile will be locked and we’ll inform everyone whether or not they were selected as a 2021 Developer MVP by the end of January 2021.
If you’re on the fence about submitting I would encourage you go ahead and do it! If you have any questions you can reach out to Brad or Andrew via twitter, linkedin, or sndevs slack.