Since its first edition in 2015, DevRelCon has been bringing developer relations, community, and developer experience professionals together to share and learn. With editions in San Francisco, Tokyo, China, and soon elsewhere, DevRelCon has grown into a global community. This year sees the fifth London edition taking place on December 10th and 11th and we’re excited to say that this will be the biggest one yet.
At Hoopy, we are utterly thrilled to be joined by our friends at MongoDB who are DevRelCon London 2019’s Presenting Partner. With MongoDB’s support, this edition of DevRelCon can welcome more speakers and attendees than ever before, to create a forum that we believe is helping to grow the discussion around this practice.
We’re particularly excited that MongoDB is supporting DevRelCon as their own success comes from being focused on creating an excellent developer experience, while also building a warm and vibrant developer community.
At DevRelCon we always strive to bring the best out of the field, be it through the talks presented or through the companies that sponsor the event, and we believe that the London 2019 edition will do just that.
We’re excited to have a Presenting Partner that is committed to improving the lives of the developers who work with their product. At the end of the day, that is the ultimate contribution one can give to developer relations, to be an example of what should be done.
“The MongoDB Developer Relations team is beyond excited to announce that we are going to be the Presenting Partner at DevRelCon London 2019! This is the fifth year running for DevRelCon London. This event focuses on how different departments learn from one another and from other disciplines to help developers.
Throughout the years the DevRelCon team has demonstrated their commitment to helping developers, building communities, and continuing education. We are proud to be such a prominent partner for this event and can’t wait to learn more about what’s next for Developer Relations!”
– Danielle Andrist, Developer Relations Coordinator, MongoDB
Be prepared for an incredible two-day conference packed with content you won’t find anywhere else. As usual, the event will cover developer relations, developer marketing, and developer experience. And for the first time this year, we’ll also have dedicated tracks for Documentation, Community, and APIs.
Make sure you save your spot for the developer relations event of the year!
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