Welcome to the fourth part of The User's Community: Your Hidden Treasure and Best Ally were the focus is going to be: More Resources created by Community Members
On the Part 1 of this series of articles I explained the resources that are solely developed and provided by Atlassian. The article address when Atlassian involve other team members.
On the Part 2 I addressed resources that are sponsored or created by Atlassian that involves the user's community, such as: Atlassian User Groups, Company User Groups, Developers Community, this website, etc.
On the Part 3 of this series of articles I started with the analysis of the resources that are created by Community members including Atlassian Partners. This final article is the continuation of Part 3.
While I was doing the research for the Summit presentation I found this great job that @Bill Cushard doing. I think it is a phenomenal idea to leverage the natural power of the podcast to share Atlassian knowledge.
In this case Service Rocket have their own Media channel. Nice Work! An Atlassian Ecosystem Podcast features technologists, business experts, and other interesting leaders, thinkers, and voices in the Atlassian Ecosystem. The show is about the innovative and collaborative work people do using the wide variety of tools in the Atlassian Suite. This podcast is produced by ServiceRocket Media, a division of ServiceRocket, a Silicon Valley-based software adoption company. Episodes are published roughly weekly. Sometimes more often than that.
In addition to Atlassian University, there are other options created and empowered by community Members.
Partners are actively involved on the training delivery. They all know that it is one of the major challenges that any company will face. Delivery methods could be accommodated to your budget and needs.
Another sources of knowledge and usually based on studies from experts are the whitepapers. @Miles Faulkner from Blended Perspective does a great job addressing different topics and sharing experiences from his team.
I can't finish this article without writing about users that are just community members. Here are some of them that you should follow and an Atlassian's recognition to some of the awesome Community Champions and community members who are going above and beyond to help make this community the amazing place that it is.
For those of you who are new to these awards, in the past we've had two categories: Champion and Rising Star. The Champion category is meant to honor our contributors who are part of the official Community Champion program – the best of the best. The Rising Star category identifies the extraordinary up-and-comers in our community. And this time, we're adding a new category so we can celebrate our top Atlassians who have gone beyond their job descriptions to become active participants on the Atlassian Community. (From Atlassian management team)
Happy Talk Award for most discussion comments:
Champion: @Alana Fernando
Rising Star: @Fabienne Gerhard
Atlassian: @Kesha Thill
Community Addict Award for most signins:
Champion: @Thomas Schlegel
Rising Star: @Jonathan Muse
Atlassian: @Roi Fine
Bullseye Award for the highest accepted answers percentage:
Rising Star: @Roland Holban _Adaptavist_
Atlassian: @Caterina Curti (Kate)
Reading Rainbow Award for most posts read:
Rising Star: @Moses Thomas
Atlassian: @Earl McCutcheon
Superuser award for most posts:
Champion: @Nic Brough _Adaptavist_
Rising Star: @Yogesh Mude
Atlassian: @Ahmad Danial
Mr. and Ms. Miscellaneous Award for most likes in our off topic area:
Champion: @Meg Holbrook
Rising Star: @Heth Siemer
Sharing the Love Award for most likes given:
Champion: @Manon Soubies-Camy
Rising Star: @Kalos Bonasia (Sourcesense)
Brilliant Blogger Award for excellence in blogging:
Rising Star: @Dzmitry Hryb _Deviniti_
Community MVP Award for most accepted solutions
Champion: @Alexey Matveev
Rising Star: @Mark Markov
Atlassian: @Caterina Curti (Kate)
Thanks to all of you for sharing your knowledge and supporting the Atlassian User's Community.
(Note: I tried to tag the right participant, but in some cases I found multiple users with the same name, please, if you are not the right person, let me know and I will fix it)
Part 1 of this series of articles - Resources that are solely developed and provided by Atlassian.
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