We are thrilled to announce the launch of the Data on Kubernetes Community (DoKC) Ambassador Program! The DoKC Ambassador Program is designed to recognize individuals in the community who are actively participating in activities and engaging with other community members. It provides an opportunity for community members to take their involvement to the next level; play a more significant role in shaping the future of our community; and help educate other users who are on their journey running data on Kubernetes.
Today we are also announcing the inaugural group of DoKC Ambassadors – you can read about them here. These Ambassadors have been instrumental in sharing knowledge, providing guidance, and fostering engagement throughout the community. They have inspired others with their expertise, passion, and commitment, and we are excited to have them as DoKC Ambassadors.
Here are some of the reasons to become a DoKC Ambassador:
🚀 Receive Recognition: Gain formal recognition from the DoK Community as a trusted advocate and leader in the field.
🌍 Empower Others: Help mentor and support community members by answering questions, providing guidance, and sharing their expertise.
📚 Contribute to the Community: Collaborate on content creation, including blog posts, tutorials, and educational resources, to help others navigate the world of DoK.
💡 Shape the Future: Participate in strategic discussions and initiatives that influence the direction and development of the DoK Community.
We invite all passionate community members to apply for the DoKC Ambassador Program. Whether you’re an experienced practitioner, a regular contributor, or a budding enthusiast, your unique perspective and dedication are invaluable to our community’s growth.
DoKC is a vibrant community of individuals who harness the power of Kubernetes for data workloads. As an open source community, we believe in recognising and empowering members who contribute to the growth and success of our community. Together, let’s help grow the DoKC and advance the conversation around data on Kubernetes.