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Last October I participated in #Hacktoberfest, sponsored by DigitalOcean and Github. It’s a “celebration” to promote open source activity, and basically you just need to submit 5 pull requests to any github repository, and they give away swag to anyone who completes the activity. Microsoft held a [counterpart celebration] where they only require you to submit 1 pull request to any Microsoft repository. I’ve always wanted to start participating in Open Source, but it’s a bit difficult to find a good place to contribute (other than logging issues of course).

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Passed by the post office today to pick up some parcels, turns out it was the #hacktoberfest swag I got for participating last October. Thanks Digital Ocean/Github/Microsoft!
Passed by the post office today to pick up some parcels, turns out it was the #hacktoberfest swag I got for participating last October. Thanks Digital Ocean/Github/Microsoft!
Passed by the post office today to pick up some parcels, turns out it was the #hacktoberfest swag I got for participating last October. Thanks Digital Ocean/Github/Microsoft!
Passed by the post office today to pick up some parcels, turns out it was the #hacktoberfest swag I got for participating last October. Thanks Digital Ocean/Github/Microsoft!
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