Microsoft Docs are open source on Github! Join the SQL-Docs content team for a discussion on modern Microsoft documentation (regardless of technology). Learn about the content publishing engines behind Docs, and the best ways to add your content and fixes to Docs that are read by the entire customer community. There are hundreds of thousands of GitHub issues and PR’s submitted to Docs every month, how can you be an effective part of that process and get your face on the top of an article?
Members of the Microsoft SQL-Docs team will present this thorough walkthrough on how you can contribute and be recognized as a SQL Docs contributor. Presentation lead is William Assaf (@william_a_dba), a senior content developer on the SQL-Docs team. Formerly a Data Platform MVP and a consultant, William currently works with Microsoft product groups on content related to Microsoft SQL offerings, specifically over SQL performance, and Azure SQL DB, Big Data Clusters, and Azure Synapse.
The link to how to contribute to SQL Server-specific documentation, mentioned in the presentation, can be found at aka.ms/editsqldocs