Auth0, the identity start-up, has launched an ambassador programme.
They’re looking for developers who want to help build the Auth0 community, while learning new skills. Here are the requirements they list for prospective members:
Members of the programme will work with the Auth0 evangelism team to run local meet-ups, improve their public speaking and writing skills and take part in other developer community activities. The programme emphasises that this is a two-way deal: Auth0 benefits from a more organised community and the ambassadors will learn skills that could lead them to a career in developer relations, echoing Twilio Heroes.
If you’re interested, take a look at the Auth0 Ambassadors site.
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