My Very First Hacktoberfest Experience

Two months earlier, DigitalOcean –collaborated with Github– held the Hacktoberfest event. It’s a month-long celebration of open source software, which was held on October –every year. Every Github user could join the party. If you have account, then the first thing to do was signing up to the event. After that, you must make four pull requests to any Github repositories / projects –preferably which had “hacktoberfest” label in the issue page of repo though. Just it. And then… you are eligible to get swag from DigitalOcean.

By the end of October last year, there were 31,901 completed challenges made by people around the world, including me. And as other people participated the event, I receive the swag. I like it so much. It’s a kind of perfect gift for the new year! I don’t have to thank them, do I? 😀 As I have posted it on both Twitter and Instagram:

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