This month we are celebrating our Explorers who we consider the most scholarly.
Did you know that some of our community threads have been read by over two thousand people? Not a day goes by when our feature idea category doesn’t get views, likes and votes. And a large chunk of our community site’s traffic comes from Google searches. In short, the type of exploring that is done most often is simply reading community content.
All of you Explorers who are absorbing the community knowledge base is the reason this site is successful. We wouldn’t be able to sustain a community like this one with out tons of people reading tons of content and finding value. That is why this month we are encouraging you to read! Take it all in! Research your answers, learn a new skill, and show your appreciation. In turn we will show you our appreciation in the form of special swag.
The rules are simple: get to readin’! Anyone who reads 25 (or more!) topics/threads in the community AND likes (hearts ) 5 posts will qualify as an Explorers Hub Scholar. You will receive a special ‘Scholar’ badge on your community profile and be sent swag for a job well done.
Read 25 topics
Like 5 posts
Here are some great places to start your Scholar journey:
Our Level Up category is full of official solutions created by the people that work here and a few of our Explorers. This is a self serve area that gives context into how a certain feature can inform your entire New Relic platform.
Our on-boarding series is a category full of easy to ingest videos about getting started with New Relic APM. On-boarding is an important part of getting up to speed with all New Relic has to offer you.
In October our NRU (New Relic University) Team launched a Certification Program where you could take an assessment quiz and qualify as a Performance Pro. You will see all kinds of Explorers who participated via their custom “certified pro” title next to their community avatar. You will learn a lot about New Relic’s purpose and function in this series.
Hurry! February is our shortest month of the year—you have 28 days to complete the challenge. Please be sure to reply to this thread with new nuggets of wisdom, workarounds, and ways you were able to self serve while participating in this contest.
Check back often as we congratulate our Scholars in this thread while the month goes on! Happy learning!