Reflecting on Two Years of Blogging: My Journey in the SFCC Ecosystem

I am delighted to announce that I have completed two years of my journey with the Rhino Inquisitor blog. This journey has been a blend of difficulties and achievements.

I am fortunate to have had the opportunity to impart my knowledge and understanding to the constantly expanding group of developers, architects, and enthusiasts who are a part of the Salesforce B2C Commerce Cloud ecosystem. 

Hmm… that sounds like I’m quitting. Not to worry; it’s quite the opposite! I will continue on this journey, but let’s move on, shall we?

How it all started

When I started the blog, I primarily focused on providing technical articles about development, architectural diagrams, and community-related topics. I wanted to help developers and architects better understand Salesforce B2C Commerce Cloud and its capabilities. Over the past two years, I have written many articles, released every week, covering a wide range of topics. I have seen my readership grow as more people discover the value (at least, that’s what I hope) of the information provided on the blog. 

I have received numerous comments and feedback from readers who have found my articles helpful in their work.

Revising is necessary

A hand holding a red pen, marking words in red that need correction.

However, reflecting on the past two years, I realise it is about more than just the numbers. What matters most is my impact on the community and the knowledge I have provided to others. I have seen people take the knowledge and insights they have gained from my blog and apply them to create solutions and drive their projects forward.

As technology evolves, I recognise the importance of keeping my posts current. I am committed to revisiting my historical posts, updating them to match the current state of the platform and re-testing scenarios. 

I want to ensure everyone can access accurate and relevant information to help them achieve their goals.

The coming year

For the next year, I will continue to write articles, but at a slower pace, based on what I see happening in the ecosystem. My main focus will be to revise and update at least one article a week, ensuring that all the articles I have written provide accurate information to everyone who uses my blog.

I have also been given another opportunity to contribute to the community, which I cannot disclose much about. This new project will require a significant amount of time and effort, and if I continue at the pace I am currently maintaining with my blog, I will not be able to do justice to either of them. 

However, this new endeavour will be worth the wait.

Renewed as an MVP

I am delighted to share that I have been selected as a Salesforce MVP for another year. Words cannot express how grateful I am for this recognition. The past few years have been a remarkable journey, and being acknowledged as a Salesforce MVP means that I am on the right path and should continue working with the same dedication and commitment.

I want to thank everyone at ForwardSalesforce, and the community for their support and guidance. I could not have achieved this success without their constant encouragement and motivation. Thank you all for helping me reach where I am today. 

The list of names to thank would be too long, but you know who you are! THANK YOU!

Other things

It’s been a while since I’ve indulged in one of my favourite hobbies, but recently, I’ve rediscovered my love for tinkering. 

Before the pandemic hit in 2020, I used to spend my evenings attending cooking and electrician classes and experimenting with Arduino and Raspberry PIs to create home automation systems. I had to put this passion on hold for a while, but I’m excited to dive back into it and see what new creations I can come up with.

There’s something genuinely satisfying about taking a hands-on approach to learning and creating, and I’m looking forward to seeing where this rediscovered hobby takes me.

A person is walking along a mountain road amidst clouds.

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