We’re excited to announce the launch of our new developer champions program, Solly Superstars (named after our cute corporate mascot, Solly the otter).We’ve had the pleasure of meeting many developers from around the world at events, in person and online, who use our technology. We’re constantly blown away by the way developers build applications and inspire ground-breaking new developers to solve real time problems! We wanted to reward and recognize our community and build a deeper connection with you, our developers.
Who are the Solly Superstars?
Solly Superstars are regular participants in the Solace Community who frequently engage with others in the forum by answering questions and providing feedback to our engineering teams.
These are the attributes that potential Superstars will be evaluated on:
Enthusiasm: Actively involved in the Solace Community, showing enthusiasm for helping others, including our developer advocates, engineers, or product managers
Expertise: Keen to stay on top of the latest integrations and technology and has been invited to speak at conferences such as EDA Summit.
Leadership: Bring fellow experts together and build relationships with others in the Community.
What’s the Benefit of Becoming a Solly Superstar?
As a Solly Superstar, you can:
Display a “Solly Superstar” badge on the Solace Community
Join a global network of Superstars in a private Slack channel
Receive exclusive swag
Gain free access to Solace’s paid training program classes
Have a chance to participate in exclusive industry events
Create content showcasing your work by contributing to the Solace Scholars program
Become a Solly Superstar Today!
Applications are now open and we’re looking forward to hearing from you. Once you submit the form you will hear from us within 10 business days.
Hong is the Senior Community Manager at Solace, where he is responsible for building and managing the Solace community and creating developer-focused content. Prior to Solace, he spent over 10 years at Adobe managing the Adobe Developer Connection portals and planning, creating, and sourcing content for them. Before Adobe, he was a senior technical writer at Nortel and a technical writer at Cognos (now IBM).