We've completed another revolution around the sun, my friends!
New Year's eve is a time to reminisce about the past and resolve to learn better and do better in the future. With these things in mind, I have a challenge for you today:
1. Share one memory or thread you've participated in this past year where you either had a lot of fun or learned something new.
2. What is one community resolution you'd like to make for the coming year?
Here are my ghosts of community past and future:
1. My all-time favorite thread this year is the Advent Calendar hosted by @Thomas Schlegel. These threads take all the wonderful things that weave together our community and showcase them in one post. The twist this year that Thomas incorporated was to post new responses on those threads in the theme of the holiday. Other really great threads this year were the AMA offerings that were new. It's always fun to get new perspectives and pick the brains of people in large-scale businesses.
2. Next year - I want to write an article! I've held off on doing this for some time because I want to make sure that I am providing useful information that could really help people understand a workflow, or business case, but I am also sunk for time most days. I would love to just take the time and knock this out.
Look forward to reading from all of you including my wonderful Atlassian friends who are the shephards of our little corner of the internet - @Erica Moss @Daniel Eads @Monique van den Berg @Bridget Sauer @Stephanie Grice @Maura Randall @Kevan Lin
...t, we’ll allow it (I mean, really, 3.15 is just Pi+. So, pizza and desert for you guys. Now that's true "Friday Fun". Huzzah!)) In honor of this most sacred of days let’s hear about your love of pie (p...
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