DevRelCon 2021

DevRelCon San Francisco 2019

6 June, 2019

7 June, 2019

Dogpatch Studios, San Francisco

The fourth DevRelCon edition in San Francisco was also the first in the States to take place over two full days.

Combining conference and unconference sessions, DevRelCon San Francisco 2019 brought together an international audience to hear from speakers including Kelsey Hightower, Jen Sable Lopez, Dan Oshiroa, and Jeff Sandquist.

Videos from DevRelCon San Francisco 2019

Gerard Sans speaking at DevRelCon San Francisco 2019

Gerard Sans

Creating high quality communities

Jamie Wittenberg speaking at DevRelCon San Francisco 2019

Jamie Wittenberg

How to lose a dev in three ways

Conrad Hollomon speaking at DevRelCon San Francisco 2019

Conrad Hollomon

Building communities for junior contributors

Amara Graham speaking at DevRelCon San Francisco 2019

Amara Graham

One size doesn’t fit all

Benjamin Dunphy speaking at DevRelCon San Francisco 2019

Benjamin Dunphy

Why I bet my career on React

Ryan and Aileen Morris Speaking at DevRelCon San Francisco

Ryan and Aileen Morris Speaking at DevRelCon San Francisco

Rethink your assumptions about your user base

Sid Maestre speaking at DevRelCon San Francisco 2019

Sid Maestre

Redefining SDKs as software diversity kits

Marlena Compton speaking at DevRelCon San Francisco 2019

Marlena Compton

Swinging wildly at glitter

Dana Oshiro speaking at DevRelCon San Francisco 2019

Dana Oshiro

What investors think of developer relations

Sydney Lai speaking at DevRelCon San Francisco 2019

Sydney Lai

Your first 100 developers

Paige Paquette speaking at DevRelCon San Francisco 2019

Paige Paquette

Building an army of advocates without a big budget

Jamie Cantrell speaking at DevRelCon San Francisco 2019

Jamie Cantrell

Creating psychological safety in digital communities

Taylor Barnett speaking at DevRelCon San Francisco 2019

Taylor Barnett

Breaking down barriers to ‘Hello World’

Brian Douglas speaking at DevRelCon San Francisco 2019

Brian Douglas

Why do we have so many stickers?

Dmitry Vinnik speaking at DevRelCon San Francisco 2019

Dmitry Vinnik

Kindness engineering

Adam Du Vander speaking at DevRelCon San Francisco 2019

Adam Du Vander

Towards a more inclusive developer portal

Vinicius Senger speaking at DevRelCon San Francisco 2019

Vinicius Senger

Tips from 15 years of experience doing live-demos

Jeremy Glassenberg speaking at DevRelCon San Francisco 2019

Jeremy Glassenberg

Marketplace management: managing difficult partners

Tamao Nakahara and Baruch Sadogursky speaking at DevRelCon San Francisco 2019

Tamao Nakahara and Baruch Sadogursky

Passion… like magnets, it can attract or repel

Amanda Moran speaking at DevRelCon San Francisco 2019

Amanda Moran

From software engineer to dev rel: the good, the bad, and the rewarding

Lizze Siegle speaking at DevRelCon San Francisco 2019

Lizzie Siegle

git fetch coffee: thoughts on interns and junior roles in dev rel

Ben Greenberg speaking at DevRelCon San Francisco 2019

Ben Greenberg

How being a rabbi prepared me for dev rel

Andrew Baker speaking at DevRelCon San Francisco 2019

Andrew Baker

How Twilio leveled-up developer training with TwilioQuest

Ana Bahr speaking at DevRelCon San Francisco 2019

Ana Bahr

Why Target needed dev rel to attract and retain engineers

Filip Hracek speaking at DevRelCon San Francisco 2019

Filip Hracek

The Flutter Boring Show and other ways we make ourselves look human

Brandon West speaking at DevRelCon San Francisco 2019

Brandon West

Distributed developer relations

Jeff Sandquist speaking at DevRelCon San Francisco 2019

Jeff Sandquist

Help! The developer relations credo

Tarun Gangwani

Embracing the hobbyist persona

Shilla Saebi

Shilla Saebi

What’s brewing and cooking in your open source community? (part 2)

Alison Yu

What’s brewing and cooking in your open source community? (part 1)

Luke Kilpatrick

Building an enterprise developer marketing program from scratch

Lusen Mendel

How raising the bar can plug a leaky pipeline

Steve Pousty

The Kick Ass Curve for developer relations

Naomi Pentrel

Planning your team’s dev rel strategy

A shiny new developer portal

Leandro Margulis

TomTom in its first year of dev rel

Claire Hunsaker

Personas: you’re doing it wrong

Daniel Zaltsman

What you can learn from Hacktoberfest

Providing context for developer learning

Matthew Revell at DevRelCon San Francisco 2019

Matthew Revell at DevRelCon San Francisco 2019

Sustainable developer relations

Katie Penn

Tips for growing and nurturing developer communities

Jen Sable Lopez

Building a diverse dev rel team

Kelsey Hightower at DevRelCon

Kelsey Hightower at DevRelCon

Kelsey Hightower’s approach to developer relations