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Developer advocacy, technical evangelism, developer community management: whatever you call it, it’s still pretty new.
A lot of us are working alone or in small, relatively isolated, teams. So, we’re learning the same things, making the same mistakes and fretting over the same questions but we haven’t been great at sharing with each other what we’ve learnt.
This blog is an attempt to bring together the developer relations community and offer a place where we can all share the joys and frustrations of this relatively new discipline.
If you’ve got something you want to publish here, check the write for us page.
You can also find this site on Twitter.
If you want to know who’s behind it, well, that’s Matthew Revell who runs the DevRelCon events and provides consultancy on developer relations and developer marketing.
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