📻 So Long, 2022 (and Hello, 2023)!
Mary, Jason, PJ, and Wesley, talked about some of the trends they noticed during 2022 and what they think might happen in 2023.
📖 Building your brand in the developer community
Mike Bifulco talked about what it means to build a personal brand.
📖 Technical writing
Saron sits down with Philip Kiley, to discuss how he first got into technical writing while studying abroad in Budapest, what technical writing is, what technical content platforms are out there, why new developers should publish content early in their careers, and more.
📖 The joy of finding your (inclusive) tribe
JP Hwang reflected on DevRelCon from the perspective of someone new to the industry.
📖 Speaking at AWS Re:Invent 2022
Chloe McAteer shared some of her experiences of the speaker process from submitting the talk right through to the event itself.
📖 What is a community tool?
Rosie Sherry broke down what makes the term 'community tool' such a spicy and debatable topic.
📺 DevRel, Contributors, Metrics, & Open Sauced
Matt Yonkovit and Avi Press talked with Brian Douglas, about the impact, momentum, and growth of your contributor base.
📖 Writing Optimized Error Message
Kyeongsun Park talked about writing error messages more efficiently and productively based on Google’s guidelines.
📖 How to Build Your Web3 Community
Aybars Dorman shared guidelines for community management in the web3 ecosystem.
Deadline: January 17, 2023
Location: Cape Town & Pretoria, South Africa
Date: May 23-25, 2023
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Deadline: December 31, 2022
Location: Cluj-Napoca, Romania
Date: May 18-19, 2023
Code of Conduct: https://jsheroes.io/code-of-conduct
Deadline: March 1, 2023
Location: Jackson, MS, USA
Date: October 17-18, 2023
Code of Conduct: https://www.magnoliajs.com/conduct
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