Like every other tech event for the remainder of 2020, DevRelCon San Francisco will not be going ahead. Obviously we’re disappointed but this is an opportunity to try something new.
So, we will be holding a global online DevRelCon! We’re working on the details right now, but our plan is to bring together the worldwide developer relations community with an event that covers all timezones, gives an opportunity to both attendees and speakers who could not travel to one of the physical events, and that provides an ongoing resource for the dev rel profession.
As with all DevRelCons, this is a community event. The DevRelCon San Francisco, London, and Tokyo teams are coming together but we want to involve as many people as are interested and have something to offer.
Soon, we’ll open a new CfP so that people who couldn’t have made it to San Francisco can submit their talks. And if you’re interested in helping us to organise this global DevRelCon then fill out our form.
Stay safe, stay well. We’ll share more as the plan develops.
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