DevRelCon 2021

DevXcon San Francisco 2018

4 June, 2018

5 June, 2018

Dogpatch Studios, San Francisco

In 2018, the San Francisco event moved to Dogpatch Studios for a day and a half of talks from speakers including Jono Bacon, Bear Douglas, Mano Marks, and Chloe Condon.

There were two main themes for the event: how developer experience and product management come together, and what developer experience can learn from user experience.

Videos from DevXcon 2018

JJ Kass

JJ Kass

Who are your developers and how to (re)engage them

JJ Kass

Dropbox

Romain Huet

Romain Huet

Building the next developer experiences

Romain Huet

Stripe

Claire Giordano

Before vs after: redesigning a website to be useful and informative for developers

Claire Giordano

Citus Data

Jade Wang

Jade Wang

Building teams, goodwill and awareness through open source engagement

Jade Wang

Cloudlfare

Oana Mangiurea

Oana Mangiurea

Design approaches for developer experience

Oana Mangiurea

Ownzones Media Network

Leslie Hawthorn and Laura Czajkowski

Leslie Hawthorn and Laura Czajkowski

Open source events and business strategy

Leslie Hawthorn and Laura Czajkowski

Tamao Nakahara

Tamao Nakahara

Pros and Cons of exec-driven DX

Tamao Nakahara

Weaveworks

Jarred Kenealy

Jarred Kenealy

Making QuickBooks a platform of choice for developers

Jarred Kenealy

Intuit

Sam Machin

Sam Machin

Developers: customer or partner?

Sam Machin

Nexmo

Baruch Sadogursky

Baruch Sadogursky

DevRelRad.io: how to produce a popular, efficient and interesting podcast

Baruch Sadogursky

JFrog

Elizabeth Joseph and Judith Malnick

Elizabeth Joseph and Judith Malnick

Debian to DC/OS: factors that shape open source communities

Elizabeth Joseph and Judith Malnick

Melissa Powel

Melissa Powel

Why developer relations should care about design

Melissa Powel

Google

Ryan Jarvinen

Ryan Jarvinen

Kubernetes contributor experience

Ryan Jarvinen

Red Hat

Alex Salazar

Alex Salazar

Dev advocacy FTW! – advocates influencing product, business strategy and marketing

Alex Salazar

Okta

Taylor Barnett

Taylor Barnett

Going to infinity and beyond documentation with OpenAPI

Taylor Barnett

Stoplight

Peter Cooper

Peter Cooper

Writing newsletters and sharing content that developers will enjoy

Peter Cooper

Cooper Press

Nahid Samsami and Jeff Dickey

Nahid Samsami and Jeff Dickey

Designing a delightful command line interface

Nahid Samsami and Jeff Dickey

Heroku

Olia Dukova

Olia Dukova

Yet another flight: travelling in dev rel

Olia Dukova

Next

Brian Douglas

Activating developers to drive your advocacy program

Brian Douglas

GitHub

Jono Bacon

Building effective community leaders: a guide

Jono Bacon

Chloe Condon

Let me entertain you: how theatre influenced building a developer community

Chloe Condon

Sentry

Brian Proffitt

Media 101 for communities

Brian Proffitt

Red Hat

Erin McKean

User research for dev rel: asking the right questions

Erin McKean

IBM

Shayne Parmelee

Shayne Parmelee

How Shopify created an API go-to-market strategy

Shayne Parmelee

Shopify

Tao Dong

Tao Dong

How to apply UX principles and methods to API usability

Tao Dong

Google

Mano Marks

Mano Marks

Who do you work for?

Mano Marks

Docker

Bear Douglas

Connecting dev rel and product

Bear Douglas

Slack

Matt Asay

Developer secrets your customers want to tell you … if only you’ll listen

Matt Asay

Adobe

Peter Merholz

Addressing user emotional needs and where developer experience fits in

Peter Merholz