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DevRelCon London 2016

7 December, 2016

Barbican, London

For the second edition of DevRelCon London, we moved to the Barbican. An icon venue in the heart of London, the Barbican gave us the space to run two simultaneous tracks and to welcome 200 attendees from around the world.

Videos from DevRelCon London 2016

Phil Leggetter

Phil Leggetter

Introducing the AAARRRP devrel strategy framework

Phil Leggetter

Nexmo

Rey Bango

Rey Bango

Measuring developer evangelism: Rey Bango

Rey Bango

Microsoft

Mandi Walls

Mandi Walls

Community in a box

Mandi Walls

Chef

Luke Marsden

Luke Marsden

Building developer experience for Weave Cloud

Luke Marsden

WeaveWorks

Cristiano Betta

Cristiano Betta

Brick by brick developer experience

Cristiano Betta

Developer Experience Consultant

Jessica Rose

Jessica Rose

The duty of authenticity

Jessica Rose

Crate.io

Stuart McCaul

Stuart McCaul

How to work with the sales team

Stuart McCaul

Andy Piper

Andy Piper

Rebooting a community

Andy Piper

Twitter

Tim Messerschmidt

Tim Messerschmidt

Engaging across the business

Tim Messerschmidt

Google

Caroline Lewko

Caroline Lewko

Developer experience for developer events

Caroline Lewko

WIP

Baruch Sadogursky

Baruch Sadogursky

Let’s wing it: a study in dev rel strategy

Baruch Sadogursky

JFrog

Lorna Mitchell

Lorna Mitchell

Creating compelling content

Lorna Mitchell

Mike Stowe

Mike Stowe

Why developer relations programmes fail

Mike Stowe

Mulesoft

Marek Jelen

Marek Jelen

EVMan: event management tool for devrel teams

Marek Jelen

Red Hat

John Stevenson

John Stevenson

Communication improbable

John Stevenson

Salesforce

Nicolas Lesconnec

Developer experience for IoT

Nicolas Lesconnec

SigFox

Yelena Jetpyspayeva

Yelena Jetpyspayeva

Building developer communities in Russia

Yelena Jetpyspayeva

Bright Computing

Andrea Dobson

Andrea Dobson

Psychology of hiring

Andrea Dobson

Container Solutions

Taiji Hagino

Taiji Hagino

Four lessons from developer relations in Japan: Taiji Hagino

Taiji Hagino

Mitsui Knowledge Industry

Michael Ludden

Michael Ludden

Developer relations versus developer marketing

Michael Ludden

IBM