London’s first conference dedicated to building and maintaining developer communities is taking place on September 30th at The Trampery, Old Street.
DevRelCon is going to be a one day, single track, event offering a first opportunity for the European developer relations community to come together. Therell be talks from practiced developer advocates, technical evangelists, community managers and others working to build developer awareness and engagement.
The call for papers is open until the end of June and tickets are available now.
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