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What is Community Credit?
Community Credit is a way of showing your contribution to the technology
community. Community Credit helps show off the enthusiasm and
passion you have for the success of our industry.
How do I actually get points?
You can submit points on our Point Submission
page. Simply type your name, email address, date you earned
the points and point category and they will instantly be added to your total. The points that you earn can
be seen on our Community Leaders
Will my Community Credit contributions help me get a job?
If you are an active contributor to the development community, your contributions alone will help you to get a job. From my own
personal experience in the IT Community, both as a developer and one who hires developers, I can tell you that there
is no better testimonal to your skills than the contributions that you have made in your own free time. In addition, you
can really show off your stuff by demonstrating it to your fellow developers. Seeing is believing, as they
what a better way to make a new contact than to help somebody solve a problem. Community credit simply highllights
your contributions and is one way of seperating yourself from the crowd and showing that you are a serious professional.
How do I earn community credit?
We use the following point system:
If you are contributing to a website that has partnered with Community Credit, your
points will automatically be added. If not, you can submit your own points easily by visiting our Point Submission
Who will know that I earned credit?
You will benefit by linking to your profile showing all of the areas that you have contributed to the development community.
Ryan Olshan is the creator of StrongTypes.com, an extensive .NET generics website. In his spare time
Steve Andrews is a Team System MVP and INETA Speaker, and has been working as a developer for more t
Andrea Boschin is a .NET developer active on the framework technologies since 2002. He is member and
Sean Hederman is a software developer in Johannesburg South Africa. He writes the blog (read more...
Vasudevan Deepak Kumar is an Architect. Deepak started his programming career in 1994 even during hi
2/19/08 - 2008 Hall of Famers inducted
17 New members to the Community Credit Hall of fame were inducted. You can read about them
and the reasons why they were inducted on the
Hall of Fame page.
1/25/08 - Grafitti AddOn released
Keyvan Nayyeri just release a Grafitti AddOn for Community Credit. It is actually part of a bigger
package of REALLY Cool AddOn's that you should definitely check out. You can
check it out in Keyvan's Grafitti Extra's CodePlex project.
1/17/08 - Community Credit Toolkit released
Keyvan Nayyeri just release a toolkit for community credit to simplify the use of
the Community Credit Web Services. If you are using the web services in your
community or would like to, I would recommend checkint it out in
Keyvan's CodePlex Project.
10/15/07 - We have a new Newsletter Editor.
Everybody congratulate Lou Vega as our new newsletter editor. We may now have newsletters that go out on
a regular basis.
05/30/07 - Newsletter changed to use Constant Contact.
The newsletters will no longer be accessible online, but they will look alot better.
2/19/06 - Newsletter Section has been added. The current and past newsletters can be found in the new
11/18/06 - Newsgroup Submissions Get Automatic Credit For those hardcore posters in public newsgroups, you can now get
automatic credit for your contributions. If you are interested in this feature,
just drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
11/01/06 - Big Contest: a Microsoft® Visual Studio® 2005 Team Suite with MSDN® Premium
Subscription! If you are the most active discussion board poster in the last two months of 2006, you will
be the winner. Simple as that!
08/02/06 - Community Server AddOn Released Get Community Credit automatically for your blogs and discussion posts.
Check it out
07/23/06 - Discussion Board Added You can now post discussions in our new forums.
Check it out
02/24/06 - Web Service Beta Program started. You can now integrate Community Credit Web Services into your own website.
If you are a website owner that would like to automatically reward your members for their contributions, please
take a look at our Affiliate Program
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