Word of the day: Autobiographer
Around here, the Autobiographer badge is one of the most prestigious of all community awards. If you sport an Autobiographer badge, we know (and everyone else knows) that you took the time to carefully fill out your profile. We want all our Explorers to feel like this is a space for all. In order to make this community feel a bit more like home: be somebody! Read on to learn about the types of things proper Autobiographers do.
Profile Picture / Avatar
We don’t want to squash anonymity if it’s important to you, but having a picture attached to your name and content not only makes you easier to find, but allows your fellow Explorers to put a sense of who you are behind the keyboard.
Tell us a bit about who you are as a person, at work, or whatever else you feel like sharing. We here on the community team are particularly interested to know if you have any pets.
Sharing your job title might help us all get a sense of what kind of purpose you use New Relic for specifically and could be an indicator of what topics are best to share with you. PLUS, it’s easier to meet people who do similar jobs to you if you share your title with us!
New Relic Specialties
I think I speak for everyone when I say: knowing what you specialize in when it comes to the New Relic platform is extremely helpful! Not only can others call on you, but you can learn from other product specialists.
Let’s get social! We would love to see you around on other sites like Twitter, GitHub and Stack Overflow!
This month we want to reward you for filling out your profile and increasing that sense of community in our Explorers Hub.
It’s super simple:
Fill out something on your profile get a Nerd Life sticker, fill out two things get a nerd life sticker AND a notebook, fill out three or more things get a nerd life sticker, a notebook AND a charger or t-shirt .
Go get 'em future Autobiographers!