If you think you've got the right stuff - and we think you do - join
the opportunities below to push Rock further.
Helping with issues is a great way to help the community move Rock forward. You don't need to be able to write code to help, several steps only require some time and basic understanding of how to use and configure Rock.
Those who are interested in joining the community always want to connect with the people who have gone before. Help them understand Rock better and share what you’ve learned through your journey.
RX may only be once a year but the planning never stops. Let us know what topic you’d like to share with the community and we’ll help you get prepared.
Help your community learn more about Rock by hosting a live Rock’n Roadshow event. We provide you with the content; you just need to provide the venue and present. This is a great way to amp up your leadership skills.
Helping answer questions in the community chat or on the Q&A board is a great way to move the community forward. You don’t have to have all the answers, just some.
You’re not done until everyone can do it. Share your best work with the entire community so they can accomplish more, faster. Just a little bit of extra effort can have huge kingdom impact.
Are you the pioneering type or an early adopter of technology? Are you considered a bit of an IT website ninja? You should be one of our Alpha/Beta testers. Alpha/Beta testers help catch bugs and problems before they go live.
Experienced with C#? Why not try your hand at fixing some of the reported issues? We’ve marked several that would be perfect for those getting started with Rock development.