Jobs in developer relations, developer community, developer experience and developer marketing can sometimes fall between the cracks. Is it a marketing role? Is it an engineering role? Perhaps it’s in product management.
So, it’s not always easy to find your next role and most of us know how hard it is hiring people for our own teams.
To help, I’ve created the DevRel Jobs board. It’s still in beta, with a few rough edges, but people are already posting their openings to the site.
It’s free to post a job vacancy and you can subscribe to the @devreljobs Twitter feed to be notified whenever a new job is posted.
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