Credibility is hard won, easily lost. What happens when things go wrong in a developer community? Is it possible to come back?
Twitter’s Andy Piper spoke at DevRelCon London about his own experience of rebooting a developer community, including the practical steps they took at Twitter to improve the experience of developers in their community.
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.