You're a more active community member!
Ways to Contribute
Here are some ways you can contribute and become an active community member. Some actions may seem trivial, but they all add up to be important. You might even be an active member without realising it!
- Speak at TestBash
- Write an article
- Give a Masterclass talk
Showing Up Ways
- Join a chat during an event
- Attend an in-person or online meet-up or event
- Read articles and blog posts
- Share a problem on The Club forum
- Ask a question during a webinar
- Share an idea in its infancy to spark conversations
- Like a Club, Tweet or LinkedIn post
- Volunteer at an event
- Review Abstracts
Create a Goal
Now is the time to consider how you will contribute to the Community. It’s important to
Establish what you’re doing already.
List all the things you’re currently doing. You might find you’re happy with your contribution level.
Identify your goals and ambitions.
Why do you want to contribute to MoT? Whatever your contribution goal is, write that down and stick it somewhere you can see it, to motivate you.
Consider your time and energy levels
If work and life are a bit hectic, now may not be the time to give your all to the community and that’s ok.
Open Call for Contributions
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