You Saved The Day. Now Get Recognized.

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Want to be internet famous in the DevOps community? Share a personal story of heroism on your personal blog, company blog or community site* about the craziest, most cringe-worthy situation you handled like a boss** while being on-call. How did you react? How did you solve the problem?

Tweet us a link to the story with the hashtag #OnPagerDuty for a chance to win!

  • One (1) Grand Prize Winner – a Parrot AR Drone & a Horse Mask
  • One (1) Second Place Winner – a Unicorn Mask & a PagerDuty T-Shirt
  • Five (5) Third Place Winners – a PagerDuty T-Shirt

We know you’re intrigued. So go on, tell us your story. All submissions must be received by February 28, 2014. Winners will be announced mid-March.

*Entries will be considered from Stack Overflow, Reddit, Medium, LinkedIn, Hacker News or and forum site / community, as long as your post is publicly visible and can be accessed via a link shared on Twitter with the hashtag #OnPagerDuty.
**Not necessarily like your boss.

No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited.

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  • Eugene Ivantsov

    Is it ok just to tweet a story?

    • Tony Albanese

      140 characters most likely won’t be long enough, but you could make a public post on Facebook or LinkedIn and then tweet us the link.

  • Tom Tracey

    During one particularly harrowing on-call shift, I wound up with a significant product outage that lasted for three days. During that time, I was able to actually get a total of 5 of 6 hours of sleep. I spent 12 – 15 hours a day on conference calls trying to trouble-shoot various components. The only breaks that I was able to take was when I literally couldn’t focus or keep my eyes open…then a one hour nap and back at it.

    The best part about the problem had something to do with lipstick…but that’s a different type of story! ;-)

  • Tony Albanese

    140 characters probably won’t be long enough, but you could make a public post on Facebook or LinkedIn and then tweet us the link.