📖 The importance of documentation in the DevRel space
Yuri Santana breaks down why documentation shouldn’t be an afterthought because good documentation can make or break your product and community.
📺 Surviving and Thriving in DevRel
Jason Lengstorf shared some of the most useful techniques and lessons he's learned as he advanced his career from entry-level to VP of DevRel at Netlify.
📖 New to devrel? Talk to your community.
Amanda talked about things to do when joining an existing DevRel team with an existing community as an IC.
📺 Growing your DevRel Career
Horea Porutiu gives you 5 tips to excel in developer relations (evangelist) careers.
📖 DevRelCon 2022 - a very biased review
Floor Drees wrote a comprehensive, and not very biased, recap of the recent DevRelCon.
📖 It's rough out there ...
Sebastien Blanc shared his perspective on the recent DevRelCon.
📖 Why are we paying these folks - a tale of DevRel
Dewan Ahmed shared his thoughts and tried to provide reasoning for his claims that advocates must be technical, not entry-level, and are worth every penny.
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