We invite you to share your voice with the community. Your insights and experience make our community stronger. Below are just some of the channels with which you can get involved and contribute content.
We’re big fans of how-to content, tutorials and demos, pertinent information about releases and launches, and best practices and learnings. Remember: we’re all in this together, and if something worked for you, there’s a good chance it could supercharge someone else’s workflow. Some guidelines:
Send your blog pitch or draft to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pulling the Strings episodes focus on trending topics in the automation community. Structured as casual conversations, episodes run around 30 minutes and are usually technical, but not always. Our hosts are joined by Puppet engineers and community members with a variety of viewpoints on DevOps and other technology trends.
Our four “tracks” are:
Send your pitch to email@example.com. Give us a paragraph or so explaining what you’d like to talk about and what perspectives you’d bring. Make sure to include a link to your repo or webpage if you’re talking about a project, and include links to any other podcasts or presentations you’ve given.
If we think it’s a good fit, we’ll ask you to write up a quick sentence or two introducing yourself and some questions you’d like the host to ask or points you want to make sure we mention.
Do you have strong research or experimental skills? If you’re interested in performing sound industry analysis, and reporting on your findings, then a whitepaper might be the medium for you. For well-researched and vetted papers, you could even earn a bounty. Send your pitch to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll work with you to scope it out, identify solid methodologies, and set deliverable content expectations.
The DEV Community is an awesome community of nearly 600,000 developers focused on helping each other build their careers and develop best practices. Puppet engineers and a growing number of our community members post consistently to share their learnings and help folks build out their Puppet knowledge. If you want to share good practices about using Puppet as well as helpful Puppet tips and tricks, please sign up and start contributing! Use the hashtag #puppet to show up in the tag listing.