InfluxData Community Awards Announced at InfluxDays North America 2021

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InfluxData Community Awards announced at InfluxDays NA 2021

We’ve just wrapped up InfluxDays North America 2021 as a virtual experience. Throughout the event, we got to hang out with our community and our engineers shared insights into their work and #InfluxDB best practices. InfluxDB users shared their expertise from implementing Telegraf and the InfluxDB platform within their organizations. Attendees also got to hone their skills during the InfluxDB Challenge. One of the best parts of our conference is to highlight some of our amazing community members. ❤️

“We couldn’t create the software we build and support all of the users of the software, without the commitment and contributions from the InfluxDB Community. These awards represent the gratitude and appreciation of the entire community, not just InfluxData, to those individuals who have done so much to benefit all of us.” 🙏🏼

— Michael Hall, Community Manager, InfluxData

The InfluxData Community awards aim to recognize developers who have gone above and beyond by sharing their knowledge around the world – through blogs, community forums, InfluxDB community Slack, webinars, and other virtual events.🎉 The award categories are:

  • InfluxDB: Overall contribution to InfluxDB
  • Telegraf: By contributing bug fixes, new features, plugins, documentation or tutorials
  • Flux: Through helping with Fluxlang design, submitting bug fixes, and creating documentation and tutorials
  • Community: Helping developers worldwide by providing support, speaking at events, and other activities
  • Founder’s Choice: An all-encompassing award whose winner was hand-chosen by Paul Dix

InfluxDB winner: Tristan Su

Tristan has provided 30+ code contributions to InfluxDB within the last two years. Thank you, Tristan, for always providing your invaluable feedback and GitHub submissions.

Telegraf winner: Sven Rebhan 

Sven has been a valuable member of the InfluxDB community by contributing PR’s and bugs to the Telegraf project. He is also a Telegraf maintainer who meets regularly with InfluxData’s engineering team to help with plugin development. He joined InfluxDays North America 2021 and was super helpful by helping answer other attendees’ questions.

“Thank you guys for the amazing award! It’s such a pleasure to work with you guys!”

— Sven Rebhan

Flux winner: Desmond Hokin

Desmond is an important member of the community by helping manage and continuously answers questions in our community forums. While he helps out with InfluxDB, Telegraf and Flux questions, he has answered more Fluxlang questions than anyone else in the forums!

Community winner: Jorge de la Cruz

Jorge has shared his InfluxDB expertise over the years by speaking at various webinars and events. He is always energetically willing to share his expertise across the tech industry. His tech blog has 50,000 + monthly visitors.

Founder’s Choice winner: Jamie Milton

Jamie has a familiar name to those who have attended the last few InfluxDays. Since joining Flux Training last spring, he has been a fixture in the InfluxDB community. He has provided answers to fellow developers’ questions and become a Flux SME for the community.

Congratulations to this year’s winners! Thank you for making the global InfluxDB community amazing! We invite you to join the Built on InfluxDB program to share your InfluxDB projects and solutions. If you missed any session from InfluxDays North America 2021, check out all sessions here.

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