Communicating with anyone is a major challenge when even the simplest idea can be misunderstood. By telling the stories across common situations we will help you develop your skills at effectively communicating.
In our DevRel roles we need to get our message across to audiences large and small on subjects narrow and wide. Underpinning all this communications is a level of trust, so without developing a trusted relationship you are much less likely to be heard.
John Stevenson’s talk at DevRelCon London 2016 describes how to greatly improve the effectiveness of your communication across different audiences.
DevRelCon London speaker Tristan Sokol shares his ideas for making Stack Overflow a destination of choice for your community.
Convincing the company ‘suits’ to take APIs seriously as a commodity can be tricky – but get your strategy right, argues DevRelCon London speaker Mark Boyd, and the benefits could carry across your business.
Better documentation equals better developer experience – Adam Butler explains how his team at Nexmo are making this a reality.