🎓 LEARN DEV ADVOCACY 🎓
RocketDevRel Kickoff Stream
Check out how Rocket Mortgage does DevRel!
Developers Hangout Podcast with Scott Spence
In this episode Scott and I hang out and chat about all sorts including:
- Content Creation
- Food delivery
- Developer relations
How to create a profile readme for your organisation
Building vibrant developer communities
If you want to grow your career as a dev advocate, here are some skills beyond coding & content creation to focus on:
- 🏗 Project management
- ⏱ Time management
- ✍️ Written communication
- 📊 Reporting
- 🌎 Regional strategy
How to build a thriving developer community
As people seek new opportunities to meet and collaborate with like-minded developers locally and globally, community-led developer events are becoming more important than ever. The impact of today’s leading DevRel programs are driven by the grassroots, passionate community organizers.
What makes a strong developer community? How can we create authentic experiences? How can we unlock the insights of the developer community? How are leading DevRel professionals measuring the success of their programs? As the world shifts into hybrid and in-person experiences, what does the future of developer community events look like?
Join us on September 23 for an expert panel where we'll discuss these topics, share wins and challenges, and connect with other DevRel leaders across the world.
Wesley Faulkner The Path to Developer Relations
Wesley Faulkner is a first-generation American. He is a founding member of the government transparency group Open Austin and ran for Austin City Council in 2016. His professional experience also includes work as a social media and community manager for the software company Atlassian, and various roles for the computer processor company AMD, Dell, IBM, and Daily. Wesley serves as a board member for South by Southwest Interactive (SXSWi) and today is the Head of Community at SingleStore.
Lift while you climb
Relicans host, Aisha Blake talks to Developer Evangelist at Twilio, Streamer, and VC Scout, Lizzie Siegle, about her journey into Developer Relations and how having fabulous mentors has helped her see how others make the jump from academia to getting a full-time job and adulting in general.
Measuring developer relations
How to build a strong developer community
I've been working with the team from @krunchdata on making it the most useful tool for tracking my devrel metrics, and it's gotten really good
They've also just gone public, congrats y'all!
#108 Cassidy Williams at the core of developer experience
Cassidy first told us about how she came to web development in high school, discovered it could be a job and ended up studying computer sciences. We then discussed how she chose her first job to use her creative & people skills, not just coding. We talked about burnout, before diving deeper into developer experience. Cassidy gave us her definition of a good developer relations engineer, how developer relations impact companies and how dev-rel will evolve in the next 10 years. We finally briefly touched on Cassidy's loved topic of mechanical keyboards.
From Zero to Hero: Quick Tips to Navigating Open Source Like a Pro
If you're feeling uncertain about contributing to an open source project for the first time, I...
How to start an online community