I have small children. They love stickers. They like to put them everywhere as small children will do. Who are we to judge? We love our stickers as well. Hit up any Meetup or conference and you’ll see sticker graffiti decorating laptops in all directions. Like sticky tattoos for our digital devices we use our stickers to tell the world about our interests.

Here at thePub we love our stickers as well and want to make them easily available. Here are a few ways you can get stickers from us.


The quickest and easiest way to score a sticker for your laptop or device is at one of the many events you’ll find thePub. While we won’t have every sticker at every event, rest assured that we’ll show up with the classic shield sticker. Usually in two different sizes. They go fast so make sure you find the NetApp booth at an event near you. You can see where we’ll be on our events page.


Can’t get to an event? No worries. We have you covered. We now have a sticker store on StickerMule.com. There we have the classic thePub shield stickers as well as various integration stickers. (Hint: there are more sticker designs coming!) You can order your own sticker at https://www.stickermule.com/en/user/1070777042/stickers

PIY – Print it Yourself

StickerMule not deliver to your country? Here are the most common image files for the classic shield design.

Full Color

Black and White

Blue and White

Ok. So this isn’t the most technical post on thePub, but hopefully you found it very helpful. We look forward to seeing you sporting your sticker. Share a photo and tag us on Twitter @NetAppPub

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Josh Atwell
Developer Advocate at NetApp
Josh Atwell is a Developer Advocate for NetApp, focused on building a developer community and enabling customers and partner success.  Over the last 15+ years he has worked very hard to allow little pieces of code to do his work for him through various automation tools. Josh is a contributing author to the popular Mastering vSphere series and the DevOps for VMware Administrators book.  He is a serial community builder and loves getting people together to talk technology or tell stories of pain and success. Never known for lacking an opinion he blogs at vtesseract.com and tweets at @josh_atwell.

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