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Are developer relations, and tech generally, careers that impose mental health struggles on people? Join our panel as they share their experience.
For most organisations that pursue DevRel, it’s part of a broader go-to-market motion that brings together Marketing and Sales, amongst others. So, how can DevRel, Marketing, and Sales work together most effectively, especially when they risk treading on each others’ toes?
Loft Lab’s Lian Li shares ‘Tribal Leadership: Leveraging Natural Groups To Build A Thriving Organization’, in DevRel Book Club.
Here we look ahead to the start of conference season 2023, covering ways in which DevRel teams can make the most out of the events they attend and also taking into account the effect of the economic downturn on the tech industry.
In this episode of DevRel Book Club, Adyen's Amy Mbaegbu shares Sarah Drasner's ‘Engineering Management for the Rest of Us’.
Richard Millington joins this panel to share how to interpret and act on data from your community, with insights from GitHub and Common Room.
What does it take to get your first developer relations job? And then to build a career you love?
Communities can hit a slowdown after a long break, such as the holiday season or over summer. Hear recommendations for how to re-engage your community.
Developer education is an increasingly important area of developer relations. Joe Nash shares an academic text that can help us level up how we approach developer education in DevRel.
Jessica Rose shares how the book Laziness Does not Exist has impacted her approach to work and DevRel.
Wesley Faulkner, PJ Hagerty, and Julia Biro join hosts Rebecca Marshburn and Matthew Revell to share their hopes for DevRel in 2023 and to reflect on 2022.
Bekah Hawrot Weigel shares how Susan Cain's book on the power of introverts has influenced her career in developer relations.
How have DevRel leaders changed their approach to developer relations as a result of the pandemic? Hear from DevRel people at Google, Vonage, Parity Technologies, and Camunda in this roundtable discussion.
Open source documentarian Erin McKean shares how Kathy Sierra's work has influenced her approach to both product development and developer education.
Get tips on how to make the most of Hacktoberfest for your project and DevRel program.