Wiki Life – What does it mean to be a Wiki Ninja???


Hello.

Today we'll talk about the ninja life in our community.

Because being Wiki Ninja?

It is difficult to speak of a ninja before knowing its history.

With pride I am part of this community since 2008.

Seven years go by fast.

I remember my first day in the community, everything was very new. I wrote my first questions in the forum and waiting anxiously to answer from someone to help me. And the community helped me.

Then I wrote my first article and following made my first translation. I felt good about doing it, liked it so much that I continue to this day.

Over time I have seen many professionals become excellent technology they like. This was thanks to the content provided by the employees of our community.

I had a good influence on my career because of our community. I made friends and learned a lot from everyone. Learning is not only professional with our Wiki Ninjas more as a human being and will for life.

If you ask me because contribute in Wiki Ninja community. My answer will be because I have confidence in this ideal of sharing knowledge.

Confidence in the work of our international community.

We can and will make a difference because our collaboration is Ninja.

A ninja never gives up, believe and move on. That's life and the world of Ninja Wiki.

Congratulations to all Ninjas in our community.

Comments (10)

  1. Hi Ed thanks for your comments. You make greatยดs collaboration in the community. Please persist. Soon you will come to 1st Dan. ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Cool Hezequias, thanks for sharing your history!

  3. Thanks for sharing, we all working to get to 1 Dan like you ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. Ha! Yes, we need an image for each Wiki belt!

  5. Saeid Hasani says:

    Nice one! ๐Ÿ™‚
    Thanks for sharing!

  6. Thanks for commenting Andy. You are a great contributor to the community.

  7. Thanks for your comments Saeid. It’s a good share with the community! ๐Ÿ™‚

  8. Andy ONeill says:

    Nice post.

    I have found the achievement to be the journey.

  9. Andy, exactly! Winning awards and getting the belts and all that is fun, but really it’s about giving back to the community and going on that journey!

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