Every other part of business has fancy frameworks to plan their strategies. Now, thanks to Phil Leggetter, devrel has one too.
How do you make things right in a developer community when something has gone wrong?
Developer Relations is still relatively new, and a lot of people are just getting started. But what bits did you not think of when you signed up to doing the job?
What should we do to communicate our message to the different audiences we address in developer relations?
Sales and developer relations people often have quite different views of the world. How, then, can they work together effectively?
What are the unique challenges of building developer communities in Russia?
How do you create a new developer community when moving to a new locality or group of people?
How should we measure developer relations? Is it about leads, downloads, awareness?
As developer relations practitioners, how do we maintain our connection to, partnerships with and influence over other parts of the business?
Writing is hard. Sometimes, you’ve just got to get on and write. Lorna Mitchell shares her experience of writing for technical audiences.
How can we better understand the process that a developer takes on the journey towards selecting our software? Customer journey mapping can help.
Rob Spectre, leader of Twilio’s developer programme, describes how they’ve built and measured their developer evangelism.
Jade Wang, of Sandstorm.io, explained her approach to building open source developer communities in this talk at DevRelCon San Francisco 2016.
In this talk recorded at DevRelCon San Francisco 2016, Roman Shaposhnik of Pivotal and The Apache Software Foundation describes the Apache model for building and sustaining developer communities.
Greg Poirier, CTO of Opsee, spoke at DevRelCon San Francisco 2016 about making the first steps into developer advocacy for a developer tool.
Bear Douglas, of Twitter, spoke at DevRelCon San Francisco about the specifics of developer advocacy for native mobile communities.
Brandon West spoke at DevRelCon San Francisco 2016 about the process of building APIs at Sendgrid.
Christian Heilmann of Microsoft spoke at DevRelCon San Francisco about his experience of scaling developer evangelism by engaging community members.
Grace Francisco spoke at DevRelCon San Francisco about building a coherent developer relations strategy.
How do you build a content strategy that helps your developer relations programme reach and help more developers? Adam DuVander shared his experiences at DevRelCon San Francisco 2016.
Tim Falls, VP of Community at Keen IO, spoke at DevRelCon San Francisco 2016 about building the future in the best way for ourselves and our communities.
Justin Kestelyn, of Cloudera, gives his DevRelCon San Francisco 2016 talk on the scaling developer evangelism through community.
At DevRelCon San Francisco 2016, Adam FitzGerald of AWS discussed how to demonstrate the value of your developer relations programme in order to get the CEO to continue your funding.
The Ubuntu community team at Canonical use Google Hangouts on Air to bring the Ubuntu community together. Alan Pope shares how they do it.
Meet-ups can be a large part of developer relations. How should developer advocates become involved in software meet-ups and why?
The Virtual DevRel meet-up group launched recently with this session on social media.
When creating your developer relations strategy you first need to understand where you are right now. Here we look at how to analyse your own company.
Planning your developer relations strategy all starts with understanding where you’re starting from. Here’s a framework for devrel situational analysis.
Engaging students in your developer community can be rewarding for you and your company. Joe Nash tells how in this DevRelCon London 2015 talk.
Cristiano Betta talks at DevRelCon London 2015 about the tools he has created for developer evangelism teams.
Rob Spectre talks at DevRelCon London 2015 about how Twilio have scaled developer evangelism.
Shannon Burns talks at DevRelCon London 2015 about working in cross-cultural distributed teams.