I responded and told Noell that I would like to volunteer to write some VCP Prep tasks. I had no idea how much or how little was going to be involved. She responded and let me know that she was happy to have a team mate to help write the tasks. At this point I was worried that I might have bitten off more than I could chew. Noell then sent me an email with details on what on section of the VCP5 blueprint I should write tasks for. Luckily, she also sent me a template that helped writing the tasks a little easier.
After a couple months of writing tasks and inputting them on the CloudCred website, the VCP Prep tasks were ready to be launched. So the VCP Tasks were launched and the CloudCred website had a record numbers of users visit the site and complete tasks. It felt awesome to be part of something that was taking off really well. It was then announced that tasks that were submitted by users would be entered to win a Dell laptop. This really encouraged my to write more tasks and help finish writing tasks for the whole VCP 5 blueprint.
Three other users joined the team and helped complete the VCP Prep tasks – Nigel Hickey (@vCenterNerd), Andrea Mauro (@Andrea_Mauro), and Mike Medrano (@GeekieMike). I really appreciate them volunteering and helping. It would have taking me way too long to finish it myself.
After months of waiting, it was finally announced that one of the tasks that I had written was completed the most number of times and I had won the Dell laptop. It was a pleasure working with Noell on this project. She was patient with me while I finished each blueprint section. I am very grateful for the opportunity to help CloudCred publish the VCP Prep tasks.