Once again I slid under the radar to become an Adobe Community Professional in 2011. I am, again, extremely humbled and honored to be included in such excellent company. Last year was my first year as an ACP, and events of last year prohibited me from being as involved as I would like (I've already posted more this month than all of last year put together), so I was very happy that I made the list again this year to get it on target. For those unfamiliar with the program:

The Adobe Community Professionals Program is a community based program made up of Adobe customers who share their product expertise with the world-wide Adobe community. The Adobe Community Professionals' mission is to provide high caliber peer-to-peer communication educating and improving the product skills of Adobe customers worldwide.

Adobe has also introduced a new community program, Adobe Community Champions. This is a new program for those who maybe don't have the time to write as much, or possibly the fiscal resources to speak at conferences, but are no less vocal in their support of Adobe products or in helping to educate newer members of the community. Congratulations to this new group. In brief:

Adobe Community Champions are the "megaphone" of the Adobe community, whose objective is to evangelize Adobe products beyond the existing circle of our Adobe ecosystem and helping connect people to the Adobe community.

2011 is going to be a great year, and I can't wait to see what Adobe has in the works. Congratulations to all the new and returning ACP's, and the new ACC's.