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There’s a wealth of books out there that can inform our practice of developer relations. But which books are most useful? The DevRel Book Club welcomes one DevRel professional each month to share a book that has impacted their career and practice for the positive. Join Matthew Revell and Ramón Huidobro for the live stream of each book club, where you can take part directly, or catch up with past episodes by watching the videos or subscribing to the podcast.
 
Community Pulse is the spot for Developer Relations and Community professionals who are looking for information on building technical communities. Community Builders and DevRel veterans Jason Hand, Mary Thengvall, PJ Hagerty, and Wesley Faulkner interview experts in the field of Developer Relations and Community Leadership on a broad range of topics related to building community.
 
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Fireside with Voxgig

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Fireside with Voxgig

Richard Rodger: Voxgig CEO, founder and author

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This DevRel focused podcast allows entrepreneur, author and coder Richard Rodger introduce you to interesting leaders and experienced professionals in the tech community. Richard and his guests chat not just about their current work or latest trend, but also about their experiences, good and bad, throughout their career. DevRel requires so many different skills and you can come to it from so many routes, that this podcast has featured conference creators, entrepreneurs, open source maintaine ...
 
Community and DevRel leaders perform incredible feats to grow, engage, and support their communities, empower their businesses, and build products and experiences people love. Each day, they bring their companies and communities closer together. These are the stories of their work. The Uncommon community is powered by Common Room, the intelligent community growth platform that enables you to unlock community insights so you can grow happier customers, measure outcomes, and drive business imp ...
 
DevRel? Hackathons? Personas? Tech Industry pioneers from the world’s largest tech companies, share insight on developer marketing success stories with everyone who works with or plans to work with developers. In every episode, each special guest covers a *hot* developer marketing topic, laying close to the outline of our “Developer Marketing: The Essential Guide” book. Profit from books sales is given away to a worthy coding cause.
 
Software Engineering Radio is a podcast targeted at the professional software developer. The goal is to be a lasting educational resource, not a newscast. SE Radio covers all topics software engineering. Episodes are either tutorials on a specific topic, or an interview with a well-known character from the software engineering world. All SE Radio episodes are original content — we do not record conferences or talks given in other venues. Each episode comprises two speakers to ensure a lively ...
 
The modern web is changing fast. Front-end frameworks evolve quickly, standards are emerging and old ones are fading out of favor. There are a lot of things to learn, but knowing the right thing is more critical than learning them all. Modern Web Podcast is an interview-style show where we learn about modern web development from industry experts. We’re committed to making it easy to digest lots of useful information!
 
There's a lot on the line for developers. Writing clean code, tracking down and removing bugs, AND shipping features to millions of customers? It's a lot—and devs are people too! The Dev Morning Show (At Night) shares the human side of software development with interviews that start lighthearted but get to the heart of what it takes to perform in the delightfully weird world of software. Join us on the journey!
 
swyx's personal picks pod. Weekdays: the best audio clips from podcasts I listen to, in 10 minutes or less! Fridays: Music picks! Weekends: long form talks and conversations! This is a passion project; never any ads, 100% just recs from me to people who like the stuff I like. Share and give feedback: tag @swyx on Twitter or email audio questions to swyx @ swyx.io
 
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devMode.fm

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devMode.fm

Andrew Welch, Ryan Irelan

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devMode.fm is a bi-weekly podcast dedicated to the tools, techniques, and technologies used in modern web development. We cover JavaScript frameworks like React, Vue.js, and Svelte, tooling like webpack, Vite, Docker, Nginx, Next, Nuxt, etc. and CMS systems like Craft CMS.
 
Curious about DevOps? In this podcast series we dive deep into the DevOps culture and chat with friends from small startups and large enterprises about what DevOps looks like in their organizations. Join us weekly to hear about the problems they are solving, how their teams work together, and the tools they are using to get the job done. Subscribe to the show to get into a DevOps State of Mind. This podcast is brought to you by LogDNA, the log management tool for teams that embrace DevOps.
 
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Burnout is a recurring topic of conversation in DevRel circles. In this episode, Jessica Rose shares Devon Price's book Laziness Does not Exist, which looks at the idea of the "laziness lie". Watch the video on YouTube. https://youtu.be/mK234ljCCnQ Transcript Ramon Huidobro: Hello, and welcome to another episode of the DevRel Book Club podcast. It …
 
This episode features an interview with Anjana Vakil, Software Engineer, Educator, and Freelance DevRel Consultant. Anjana’s passion for computational linguistics and software development led her to engineering and developer advocate roles at companies such as Mapbox, Observable, and Hasura. She also travels the world to speak about the joy of prog…
 
In this episode we discuss how DevRel is organized at Supabase, why Supabase decided to build their own PostgreSQL extension, and new capabilities enabled by Supabase's Edge Functions. Jon Meyers Homepage Twitter GitHub YouTube Egghead Supabase Homepage Twitter GitHub YouTube Discord Links Supabase with Paul Copplestone (FSJam33) Open Source Stacks…
 
About Taylor Taylor Barnett is a Staff Developer Advocate at PlanetScale. She is passionate about building great developer experiences emphasizing empathy within product, documentation, and other developer-facing projects. For the past decade, Taylor has worked at various data and API-focused startups in software development and developer relations…
 
from https://www.listennotes.com/podcasts/gradient-dissent/emily-m-bender-language-aVzCO4T2gGs/ further reading https://www.theverge.com/22309962/timnit-gebru-google-harassment-campaign-jeff-dean https://docs.google.com/document/d/1f2kYWDXwhzYnq8ebVtuk9CqQqz7ScqxhSIxeYGrWjK0/editBy Swyx
 
About Aerin Aerin is a Cloud Sustainability Advocate and neurodiverse founder in tech on a mission to help developers understand the real impact that cloud computing has on the world and reduce their carbon emissions in the cloud. Did you know that internet and cloud computing contribute over 4% of annual carbon emissions? Twice that of the airline…
 
When we talk about Developers' Relations, we often talk about the three Cs: Code, Community, and Content. This week's podcast talk makes a turn at bringing those three together. Service design helps us achieve that with its principles for DevRel strategy. Delivering and designing a service is critical in making your DevRel coherent. In this podcast…
 
Alex Hidalgo, principal reliability advocate at Nobl9 and author of Implementing Service Level Objectives, joins SE Radio’s Robert Blumen for a discussion of service-level objectives (SLOs) and error budgets. The conversation covers the meaning of a service level; service levels and product ownership; the pervasive nature of imperfection; and why t…
 
Alex Hidalgo, principal reliability advocate at Nobl9 and author of Implementing Service Level Objectives, joins SE Radio's Robert Blumen for a discussion of service-level objectives (SLOs) and error budgets. The conversation covers the meaning...By IEEE Computer Society
 
This episode features an interview with Jeri Ellsworth, CEO and Co-founder of Tilt Five, a modern-day tabletop gaming kit powered by augmented reality technology. Jeri is a lifelong gamer, inventor, creator, and one of the world’s leading AR experts. Her love of invention began with building race cars before transitioning to hardware design. In thi…
 
In this episode, Rob Ocel is joined by Jordan Powell, Developer Experience Engineer Cypress, to talk about Component Testing in Cypress. They discuss the explosive recent growth of Cypress, the exciting new features just launched in recent versions, and the changing shape of the testing “trophy”. Then, they dive deeply into component testing in Cyp…
 
About Chris Chris Farris has been in the IT field since 1994 primarily focused on Linux, networking, and security. For the last 8 years, he has focused on public-cloud and public-cloud security. He has built and evolved multiple cloud security programs for major media companies, focusing on enabling the broader security team’s objectives of secure …
 
Talking Points What is “make it stick” and how does it translate to developer education? What makes effective learning? Effective learning myths What you see people getting wrong when teaching developers (and what to do instead) How to measure learning effectiveness (what are the metrics we might care about) How your teaching methods have changed o…
 
Video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aZnzzMbA7Vg 6:55 - Product versus Platform 9:05 - Durable Functions 13:49 - Coding Career Handbook for Junior to Senior Developers What Inspired You To Write It 16:02 - What Most Developers Should Know after They Get Their First Job 21:36 - How Did You Survive during the Pandemic and no Flight Policy 23:34 -…
 
About Chris Chris is a mostly-backend mostly-engineer at Remix Labs, working on visual app development. He has been in software startups for ten years, but his first and unrequited love was particle physics. Before joining Remix Labs, he wrote numerical simulation and analysis tools for the Large Hadron Collider, then co-founded Roobiq, a clean and…
 
When Olivier Poupeney started his career in software development in the early 1990s, DevOps did not exist, Ethernet was not invented yet, and it took twenty minutes to compile a simple program! Today, we are living in a utopia of connectivity. In this episode, Jon Gottfried and Olivier Poupeny, Director of Developer Relations at Symphony, discuss t…
 
In this episode Jesse Tomchak is joined by Paige Kelley to talk about the ins ad outs of building a design system including the gritty details of coordinating an actual micro frontend. They also talk about the return to conferences, what changes they've noticed in the conference experience, what it's like to speak at a tech event, and more. Guest P…
 
https://podcasts.mongodb.com/public/115/The-MongoDB-Podcast-b02cf624/f96bd55f Transcript Michael Lynn: Welcome to the show. My name is Michael Lynn and this is the MongoDB Podcast. Thanks for joining us. Today on the show, Lena Smart, Chief Security Officer of MongoDB, and I team up to interview Dwight Merriman, co- founder and key contributor to M…
 
Nicholas Manson, a SaaS Architect with more than 2 decades of experience building cloud applications, speaks with host Kanchan Shringi about identity and access management requirements for cloud applications. They begin by examining what a digital identity is and then consider the technologies and tools that support identity management in cloud app…
 
Nicholas Manson, a SaaS Architect with more than 2 decades of experience building cloud applications, speaks with host Kanchan Shringi about identity and access management requirements for cloud applications. They begin by examining what a digital...By IEEE Computer Society
 
About Alyss Alyss Noland is the head of Developer Relations Relations and Product Marketing at Common Room, an intelligent community-led growth platform. She previously led product marketing for Developer Experience at GitHub where she focused on open source community investment and helping engineering teams find success through development metrics…
 
To kick off 2023 in style, PJ spoke with several DevRel practitioners to get their advice to fellow folks in DevRel and people new to the industry looking for more information on how to do the best they can. Ranging from practical, to witty, to inspirational, these words of wisdom should help anyone on their journey. Enjoy the podcast? Please take …
 
In this episode, Dietrich Ayala of Protocol Labs speaks with host Nikhil Krishna about the InterPlanetary File System (IPFS), which is a protocol for distribution of data similar to HTTP. The major difference compared to HTTP is that IPFS uses content addressing to uniquely identify the data itself so that you can identify and access […]…
 
Nikhil Krishna speaks with Dietrich Ayala about IPFS in depth. They cover what it is, how it works in detail and how one could leverage IPFS and libp2p in one's own application or to host one's content. The discussion goes into the IPFS ecosystem...By IEEE Computer Society
 
About Pete Pete is currently the Head of Growth And Community for AppMap, the open source dynamic runtime code analyzer. Pete also works with early stage startups, helping them navigate the complex world of early stage new product development. Pete also fully acknowledges his profile pic is slightly out of date, but has been too lazy to update it t…
 
So, you're a developer, but you feel you need a change of role, but not industry. Well you've come to the right podcast today! In this episode we talk to Alvin Bryan, Developer Advocate at Contentful and a coach at Codebar, a really interesting initiative to help people learning to code and starting out in various languages. Alvin generously and op…
 
In this episode we discuss the past, present, and future of running serverless functions on the edge, why Netlify decided to build their edge functions with Deno, and the need for compatible edge runtimes built on open standards. Eduardo Bouças Homepage Twitter Mastodon GitHub Netlify Homepage Twitter GitHub Links Edge Handlers with Mathias Biilma…
 
This episode features an interview with Charlyn Gonda, Senior Software Engineer at Pave. Charlyn’s impressive career journey saw her take on roles at Google and Uber as both a developer advocate and engineer. She believes that technology is made better when people collaborate in open platforms and diverse communities. In this episode, Cassidy, Zach…
 
In this podcast, Rob Ocel and Adam L. Barrett talk with Alex Olivier, Product Lead at Cerbos, to discuss Authorization. They discuss how authorization (AuthZ) differs from authentication (AuthN), how Cerbos works and how it makes authorization simpler, what differentiates business logic from authorization logic, how to test authorization logic, and…
 
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