Aditya Oberai is speaking at DevRelCon London 2023


The countdown is on to DevRelCon London 2023! Back in London for the first time since 2019, this year’s event is made up of two days of talks, discussion sessions, networking, and socialising. Among other topics, we’ll be covering developer education, DevRel in a downturn, community data and operations, core skills, DevRel for web3, and more. 

Join us to learn, share, and hang out with your fellow DevRel professionals from across the world. And to give you a taste of what’s on offer, here’s our next quick fire speaker interview.

About Aditya

Speaker: Aditya Oberai 

Company: Appwrite

Position: Developer Advocate

Talk title: Beating stage fright

Aditya Oberai is a Developer Advocate at Appwrite and an avid tech community and hackathon enthusiast. Having worked with various technologies such as APIs, cross-platform apps, cloud computing, etc., he has spent the last four years empowering tech communities and is currently active as a Microsoft MVP and Twilio Champion.


About Aditya’s talk


Tell us about the talk that you are planning to give at DevRelCon London 2023 

My talk will be essentially focused around stage fright and how we can tackle it better.

When we look at a lot of the work and the fundamental skills that practitioners in developer relations possess, I think public speaking and communication are two of them. It can be scary to be in front of a lot of people, it can cause anxiety. However, since this is a key skill that we need to be able to do our job, it is something that we need to learn to do well, and that means knowing how to overcome stage fright.   

Why should people attend your talk? What should they expect to take away from it?

I think learning how to tackle stage fright is definitely highly beneficial to everyone in DevRel. My talk will help attendees grow as public speakers, and as representatives for their communities.

What are you most looking forward to at this year’s DevRelCon London event?

The one thing that I’m very fond of at DevRelCon events is that they really bring together people with different sets of experiences, and from many different places. I have been fortunate enough over the last couple of years to attend a few DevRelCons online, as well as offline, and I think the interactions with other people are definitely my favourite part. There’s so much to learn from meeting people. I just love coming to DevRelCons for the people. That’s my main reason for attending, and what I’m looking forward to the most at DevRelCon London 2023.


Join us at DevRelCon London 2023 this September

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