If you’re just like me, a big fan of SCOM and open source projects on GitHub, then you are probably already involved in open source project. How about a new SCOM challenge?
Five months ago I published a project on GitHub– Monitor Applications Using SQL Queries. I challenged my counterparts to write a guide and/or maintain the code and/or develop new features. For me, this project commitment is the result of some thinking about a way to help the community grow. I’d be more than glad if you join. The goal is to contribute to SCOM community as much as possible. Since I started the challenge I gained experience and knowledge that I want to share with you:
- Being Involved in open source project forces you to be creative.
- It helps you with your work/life balance since you need to build a new habit and not just a one-week challenge 🙂
- It’s rewarding to know that you help someone, especially given the importance of GitHub.
Having you aboard would be even more awesome for a few more reasons. First, it’s always great to make connections and work with people. Second, telling the world that you’re involved in a challenge is a great way to stay motivated. And finally, we can contribute to each other’s projects. The more we are the more there will be ways to make daily contributions