Here on the developer blog we try to regularly highlight the contributions from our 2021 Developer MVPs. They produce an abundance of great content aimed at ServiceNow developers that I’ve listed below grouped by the content creator. Nia McCash Mixed Bag of Tips, Tricks & Resources - Part 1 Test Data Strategies for the Automated Test Framework (ATF) How I’m Learning to Build Now Components 3 Mistakes I Made as a New ServiceNow Developer Mark Roethof Unrevealing Instance Scan and sharing parts of the undocumented Toggling Virtual Agent chat client (using Agent Chat configuration!
This is a guest post from one of our Developer MVPs, Nia McCash It’s that time of year again! Knowledge and CreatorCon 2021 presents so many sessions to level-up your ServiceNow skills. If you’re a little overwhelmed with the plethora of choices, here is a highlight of sessions sure to be a hit - all by our Developer MVPs. Developer MVP Sessions at CreatorCon 2021 A fail-safe approach for implementing ITOM health [CCB1170-K21] By Ashutosh Munot & Dhruv Gupta
Hear from ServiceNow Developer MVPs and learn how to jump-start your development journey! Take the first step at developer.servicenow.com, where you will find an ever-growing library of resources and tools such as a free PDI (Personal Developer Instance), API documentation, Learning Plans, and more. This video features the following 2021 ServiceNow Developer MVPs: Andrew Albury-Dor *Jarod Mundt *Travis Toulson
Congratulations to our 2021 Developer MVPs! The ServiceNow Developer Program recognizes a number of developers every year for their contributions to the ServiceNow developer community. 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. Let’s give a warm welcome to the Developer MVP class of 2021!
Aashish Atrey Alikutty Abdulrazak Anders Figenshow Andrew Albury-Dor Andrew Pishchulin Ankur Bawiskar Ashley Snyder Ashutosh Munot Dhruv Gupta Earl Duque Eric Riemer Jace Benson Jarod Mundt Kieran Anson Maria Gabriela Ochoa Perez Waechter Mark Roethof Muhammad Sharjeel Nathan Firth Nia McCash Paige Duffey Paul Morris Philip Swann Robert Fedoruk Travis Toulson You can also check out the 2021 Community MVPs here.
Here on the developer blog we try to regularly highlight the contributions from our 2020 Developer MVPs. They produce an abundance of great content aimed at ServiceNow developers that I’ve listed below grouped by the content creator. Nathan Firth Top 5 Features in the Paris Release How to Use GraphQL in ServiceNow & Service Portal spUtil API Reference Cheat Sheet Mark Roethof 50+ (Un)documented Virtual Agent variables (vaInputs, vaVars, vaContext, vaSystem) Q: Help!
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.
Special guest Andrew Albury-Dor is here to talk about what he’s built, challenges he’s encountered, how ServiceNow has impacted his career, what he likes in the platform and what he’d like to see improved, plus odd bits in between. Listen Links Mentioned Developer portal Andrew’s site Andrew’s LinkedIn Andrew’s Twitter SN Devs Slack Subscribe to Break Point Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts Spotify Amazon Music Stitcher TuneIn RSS
What is Hacktoberfest Hacktoberfest is an event run by stewards of open source to encourage contributing to projects that are also open source. Why participate in Hacktoberfest The more able you have your community, the more that community can contribute. When you have that, you can help any number of open source projects. There’s a free t-shirt. We’re all very well paid, but this shirt will convince most of you.
Stop writing code! Ok, ok! That might be a LITTLE dramatic. We don’t need to fully stop writing code, just stop writing some of your code. At the very least, start asking yourself “should I really be writing this in code?”. Have you had time to sit down and check out Flow Designer yet? Seriously, it’s going to replace Workflows and if you’ve caught an episode of Live Coding Happy Hour lately, it is truly becoming the go-to tool!
Here on the developer blog we try to regularly highlight the contributions from our 2020 Developer MVPs. They produce an abundance of great content aimed at ServiceNow developers that I’ve listed below grouped by the content creator. I need to shout out to Jace Benson’s (one of our dev MVPs) ServiceNow news aggregator at https://jace.pro/news/, which I used extensively to put this post together. Andrew Albury-Dor A flow theme it seems!