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DevRel has evolved over the past few years and in this podcast we are talking to the groundbreaking thought leaders who are paving the way for people and organizations who want to follow DevRel best practices. To many people, Developer Relations is the community management for technical audiences, but for others it's a lot more. It's building relationships and fostering trust, it's collecting and relaying feedback to other teams or it's inspiring people to build tools to empower. This week's guest is SJ Morris, Leading Developer Relations at HubSpot.LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sjmorris/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/SarahJaneMorris
DevRel has evolved over the past few years and in this podcast we are talking to the groundbreaking thought leaders who are paving the way for people and organizations who want to follow DevRel best practices. To many people, Developer Relations is the community management for technical audiences, but for others it's a lot more. It's building relationships and fostering trust, it's collecting and relaying feedback to other teams or it's inspiring people to build tools to empower.This week's guest is PJ Metz, Education Evangelist at Gitlab.LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/metzinaround/  Twitter: https://twitter.com/MetzinAround  
DevRel has evolved over the past few years and in this podcast we are talking to the groundbreaking thought leaders who are paving the way for people and organizations who want to follow DevRel best practices. To many people, Developer Relations is the community management for technical audiences, but for others it's a lot more. It's building relationships and fostering trust, it's collecting and relaying feedback to other teams or it's inspiring people to build tools to empower.This week's guest is Joe Karlsson, Developer Advocate at Viam.LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/joekarlsson/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/JoeKarlsson1 
DevRel has evolved over the past few years and in this podcast we are talking to the groundbreaking thought leaders who are paving the way for people and organizations who want to follow DevRel best practices. To many people, Developer Relations is the community management for technical audiences, but for others it's a lot more. It's building relationships and fostering trust, it's collecting and relaying feedback to other teams or it's inspiring people to build tools to empower.This week's guest is Caroline Lewko, CEO of Revere Communications.LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/carolinelewko/Twitter: https://twitter.com/CarolineLewko
DevRel has evolved over the past few years and in this podcast we are talking to the groundbreaking thought leaders who are paving the way for people and organizations who want to follow DevRel best practices. To many people, Developer Relations is the community management for technical audiences, but for others it's a lot more. It's building relationships and fostering trust, it's collecting and relaying feedback to other teams or it's inspiring people to build tools to empower.This week's guest is Rain Leander, AppDev Technical Evangelist @ Cockroach Labs.LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/rainleanderTwitter:  https://twitter.com/rainleander 
DevRel has evolved over the past few years and in this podcast we are talking to the groundbreaking thought leaders who are paving the way for people and organizations who want to follow DevRel best practices. To many people, Developer Relations is the community management for technical audiences, but for others it's a lot more. It's building relationships and fostering trust, it's collecting and relaying feedback to other teams or it's inspiring people to build tools to empower.This week's guest is Ruth Cheesley, Mautic Open Source Project Lead @ Acquia.LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/ruthcheesley Website:  ruthcheesley.co.uk Twitter:  https://twitter.com/RCheesley 
DevRel has evolved over the past few years and in this podcast we are talking to the groundbreaking thought leaders who are paving the way for people and organizations who want to follow DevRel best practices. To many people, Developer Relations is the community management for technical audiences, but for others it's a lot more. It's building relationships and fostering trust, it's collecting and relaying feedback to other teams or it's inspiring people to build tools to empower.This week's guest is Mike Hartington, Developer Advocate @ Ionic.LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/mike-hartington-63638362Twitter: https://twitter.com/mhartington  
DevRel has evolved over the past few years and in this podcast we are talking to the groundbreaking thought leaders who are paving the way for people and organizations who want to follow DevRel best practices. To many people, Developer Relations is the community management for technical audiences, but for others it's a lot more. It's building relationships and fostering trust, it's collecting and relaying feedback to other teams or it's inspiring people to build tools to empower.This week's guest is Nnamdi Iregbulem, Partner @ Lightspeed Venture Partners. LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nnamdiiregbulem/  Website: whoisnnamdi.com  Twitter: https://twitter.com/whoisnnamdi 
DevRel has evolved over the past few years and in this podcast we are talking to the groundbreaking thought leaders who are paving the way for people and organizations who want to follow DevRel best practices. To many people, Developer Relations is the community management for technical audiences, but for others it's a lot more. It's building relationships and fostering trust, it's collecting and relaying feedback to other teams or it's inspiring people to build tools to empower.This week's guest Michael Jolley. Michael is the Head of Developer Relations at Deepgram. He is a software developer that loves finding new ways to build apps, and has a YouTube channel that he’ll talk about on the show.  YouTube: youtube.com/baldbeardedbuilderTwitch: twitch.tv/baldbeardedbuilderLinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/michaelwjolley/
DevRel has evolved over the past few years and in this podcast we are talking to the groundbreaking thought leaders who are paving the way for people and organizations who want to follow DevRel best practices. To many people, Developer Relations is the community management for technical audiences, but for others it's a lot more. It's building relationships and fostering trust, it's collecting and relaying feedback to other teams or it's inspiring people to build tools to empower.This week's guest is Jana Iris. Jana is the Sr. Director of Community & Experiential Marketing at Planet Scale. She’s been building developer communities for over 15 years and has a written the book, “Digital-First Events, How to Create Engaging Community experiences”.Website: janairis.comBook: leanpub.com/digital-firstevents/Twitter: @janaborutaLinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/janaboruta/
DevRel has evolved over the past few years and in this podcast we are talking to the groundbreaking thought leaders who are paving the way for people and organizations who want to follow DevRel best practices. To many people, Developer Relations is the community management for technical audiences, but for others it's a lot more. It's building relationships and fostering trust, it's collecting and relaying feedback to other teams or it's inspiring people to build tools to empower.This week's guest is Dewan Ahmed. Dewan is a Senior Developer Advocate at Aiven. He He contributes to open-source projects and often writes about developer advocacy.Blog: dewanahmed.com/Twitter: @DewanAhmedLinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/diahmed/
DevRel has evolved over the past few years and in this podcast we are talking to the groundbreaking thought leaders who are paving the way for people and organizations who want to follow DevRel best practices. To many people, Developer Relations is the community management for technical audiences, but for others it's a lot more. It's building relationships and fostering trust, it's collecting and relaying feedback to other teams or it's inspiring people to build tools to empower.This week's guest is Shivay Lamba. Shivay is the Developer Advocate at Fabric. Shavay is a Senior Developer Advocate at Fabric and is an experienced Full Stack Web developer. He has a unique perspective on DevRel. Website: github.com/shivaylambaLinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/shivaylamba/
DevRel has evolved over the past few years and in this podcast we are talking to the groundbreaking thought leaders who are paving the way for people and organizations who want to follow DevRel best practices. To many people, Developer Relations is the community management for technical audiences, but for others it's a lot more. It's building relationships and fostering trust, it's collecting and relaying feedback to other teams or it's inspiring people to build tools to empower.This week's guest is Philippe Ozil. Philippe is the Principal Developer Advocate at Salesforce. Philippe is a is a full stack developer and being at Salesforce since 2016 his role is to empower the Salesforce developer community and communicate best practices around the platform.Website: developer.salesforce.com/Blog: pozil.github.io/#/postsYouTube: youtube.com/c/PhilippeOzilTwitter: @PhilippeOzilLinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/philippeozil 
DevRel has evolved over the past few years and in this podcast we are talking to the groundbreaking thought leaders who are paving the way for people and organizations who want to follow DevRel best practices. To many people, Developer Relations is the community management for technical audiences, but for others it's a lot more. It's building relationships and fostering trust, it's collecting and relaying feedback to other teams or it's inspiring people to build tools to empower.This week's guest is Kurt Kemple. Kurt is the founder and Principal Advisor of ForthRight on the show. Kurt is a multi-disciplinary tech leader, engineer, and teacher. He’s the creator of The Developer Advocate's Guide series, Developer Experience Audits, and the Developer Advocacy Value Cycle.Website: forthright.tech Blog: theworst.dev/Twitter: @theworstdevLinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/theworstdev/
DevRel has evolved over the past few years and in this podcast we are talking to the groundbreaking thought leaders who are paving the way for people and organizations who want to follow DevRel best practices. To many people, Developer Relations is the community management for technical audiences, but for others it's a lot more. It's building relationships and fostering trust, it's collecting and relaying feedback to other teams or it's inspiring people to build tools to empower.This week's guest is Colm Doyle. Colm is the Head of Developer Advocacy at Slack. Today he’ll talk about what it takes to make great software, build high-performing teams and help others do their best work.Website: cdoyle.me/Twitter: @colmisainmdomLinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/colmdoyle/
DevRel has evolved over the past few years and in this podcast we are talking to the groundbreaking thought leaders who are paving the way for people and organizations who want to follow DevRel best practices. To many people, Developer Relations is the community management for technical audiences, but for others it's a lot more. It's building relationships and fostering trust, it's collecting and relaying feedback to other teams or it's inspiring people to build tools to empower.This week's guest is Jeff Bull. Jeff is a Senior Developer Advocacy manager at Cisco DevNet. His mission is to drive change and inspiring others to become excited about technology. He often shares his experiences in tech and has a YouTube channel called Jeff Bull Tech, which he’ll talk about in the show.LinkedIn : linkedin.com/in/jeffbulltech Twitter: @jeffbulltech
DevRel has evolved over the past few years and in this podcast we are talking to the groundbreaking thought leaders who are paving the way for people and organizations who want to follow DevRel best practices. To many people, Developer Relations is the community management for technical audiences, but for others it's a lot more. It's building relationships and fostering trust, it's collecting and relaying feedback to other teams or it's inspiring people to build tools to empower.This week's guest is Amara Graham. Amara is the Head of Developer Experience at Camunda. Before DevRel, she was a web application developer. She is passionate about UX and technical communities, and is excited to see where advances in AI take us. Website: https://dev.to/missamarakayTwitter: @MissAmaraKayLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/amara-graham/
DevRel has evolved over the past few years and in this podcast we are talking to the groundbreaking thought leaders who are paving the way for people and organizations who want to follow DevRel best practices. To many people, Developer Relations is the community management for technical audiences, but for others it's a lot more. It's building relationships and fostering trust, it's collecting and relaying feedback to other teams or it's inspiring people to build tools to empower.This week's guest is Zan Markan. Zan is a Developer Advocate at CircleCI and has a rich background in software engineering before turning Developer advocate. He’s an accomplished DevRel writer and has been referenced in many books and keynotes.Website: https://markan.me/Twitter: @zmarkanLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/zmarkan/
DevRel has evolved over the past few years and in this podcast we are talking to the groundbreaking thought leaders who are paving the way for people and organizations who want to follow DevRel best practices. To many people, Developer Relations is the community management for technical audiences, but for others it's a lot more. It's building relationships and fostering trust, it's collecting and relaying feedback to other teams or it's inspiring people to build tools to empower.This week's guest is CJ Avilla. CJ is a Developer Advocate at Stripe. CJ has a software engineering background and likes to find creative ways to push technology and business. He has an incredible YouTube channel with videos on building web applications and API integrations, which he’ll talk about during the show.Website: https://cjav.dev/Twitter: @cjav_devYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/CJAvilla
DevRel has evolved over the past few years and in this podcast we are talking to the groundbreaking thought leaders who are paving the way for people and organizations who want to follow DevRel best practices. To many people, Developer Relations is the community management for technical audiences, but for others it's a lot more. It's building relationships and fostering trust, it's collecting and relaying feedback to other teams or it's inspiring people to build tools to empower.This week's guest is Kim Schlesinger. Kim is a Site Reliability Engineer at DigitalOcean. She started her career out in the education industry, but quickly entered the DevRel industry. Her teaching background lends itself to developing content to help developers with Kubernetes.Website: https://kimschlesinger.com/Twitter: @kimschles
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