Are you in Product, Eng, Marketing, BD, etc. hearing that “you need to do DevRel” for the first time or a seasoned pro in a Developer Experience team?
Get your ticket for DevRelCon SF 2019!
I’m excited to announce that DevRelCon SF 2019 (June 6-7) will kick off the morning of Day 1 with parallel tracks of introductory talks and advanced deep-dive discussions. For beginners, track 1 is like a mini bootcamp. For advanced attendees, the “track 2” discussions aim to help attendees find their birds of a feather to share challenges and solutions. Both will be run or moderated by leaders from companies such as Slack, Twitch, MongoDB, and AWS.
The remainder of the packed 2-day event has fantastic keynote speakers such as Kelsey Hightower (Google), Jeff Sandquist (Microsoft), and Jen Sable Lopez (OutSystems), and Dana Oshiro (Heavybit). There are also dual tracks on Dev Marketing, Open Source strategies, Start-up to Enterprise DevRel, Leadership, etc. and discussions.
Like last year, we have invested in networking opportunities for you: our lounge (to meet new people and catch up with old friends), a reception, and after party. We have worked hard to provide a rich experience of learning, sharing, and fun for our attendees of varying experience levels.
So, don’t miss out and buy your early bird ticket for DevRelCon SF 2019 before they run out!
I thank my co-chairs, Matthew (Hoopy), Nilay Yener (Google), and Brian Douglas (GitHub) as well as co-committee members, Bear Douglas (Slack), Erin McKean (Google), Jessica West (MongoDB), Justin Johnson (Stackpath), and Jaice Singer DuMars (Google) for their hard work and input to make this goal possible. Of course, heartfelt thanks to our sponsors for making this volunteer-run event possible!
♥️ Tamao Nakahara (DevRelCon SF / DevXcon SF co-organizer and co-founder)
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