Kentico Software, a provider of an all-in-one CMS, E-commerce, and Online Marketing platform, announced today the expansion of the Kentico MVP programme with the latest addition David te Kloese, Lead Software Developer at Evident, a digital marketing agency.

“David te Kloese joins a very select group of Kentico developers that are choosing to give back to the Kentico community, going above and beyond the call to help improve the Kentico experience,” said Bryan Soltis, Technical Evangelist at Kentico. “David has been a very active developer in the community for years, having published numerous blogs, presented on Kentico at several events, and is one of the most active members of the DevNet community.”

te Kloese is a regular presence at the Kentico Connection conferences and the Kentico Benelux User Group meetings, and is currently the 4th most active developer on the Kentico leaderboard. He will continue to be based in Europe. “I am delighted to be part of the Kentico MVP team,” said te Kloese. “I enjoy helping other developers get the absolute most out of Kentico’s technology. I’m looking forward to providing even more passion and support to Kentico’s DevNet community.” te Kloese has been using Kentico exclusively to build customer sites for more than five years.

te Kloese joins the following Kentico MVPs in the program:

• Andy Thompson of Get Started (Australia)

• Brenden Kehren of Kehren Development (USA)

• Brian McKeiver of Bizstream (USA)

• Ilesh Mistry of MMT Digital (United Kingdom)

• Jeroen Fürst of TrueLime (The Netherlands)

• Laura Frese of iMedia (USA)

• Michael Kinkaid of ecentricarts (Canada)

• Roman Hutnyk of Bits Orchestra (USA)

Launched in 2009, the Kentico MVP Program brings together the best and the brightest developers from the Kentico partner community and positions them as resources to help and support the community at large. Kentico MVPs are selected from hundreds of Kentico experts residing in some 100 countries around the globe. More information about the program can be found at