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Community Pulse
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Community Builders Mary Thengvall, Jason Hand, and PJ Hagerty interview experts in the field of Community Leadership and Management on a broad range of topics related to building community.
 
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DevRel Radio
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A show about things of interest to developer relations leaders, practitioners, and the executives who love them.
 
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DevRel Radio
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A show about things of interest to developer relations leaders, practitioners, and the executives who love them.
 
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DevRel Radio
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A show about things of interest to developer relations leaders, practitioners, and the executives who love them.
 
Podcast by Developer Relations Radio
 
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Britt Barak hosts friends to share experiences, thoughts, and tips. Learning together on DevRel, DevX, community, engineering, and everything that's in between.
 
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.
 
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Jason, PJ, and Mary grab a post episode chat on titles, Open Source Community Management, and hills people seek out to raise their flags.
 
In this episode of Community Pulse, Jason, PJ, and Mary talk to Rain Leander and Sherrie Rohde about their role as Community Managers for open source projects and how this differs from what’s now considered Developer Relations.
 
Jason and PJ get together after the show to talk moving in and out of communities, meetups, when things change, and reflect on the episode and guests' input in general.
 
Working with a specific community is great, but what happens when it’s time to change companies? Do you bring your community with you? Do you need to start over in a new community? What does it mean for your “personal brand”? Jason and PJ talk about all of these topics and more with this month’s guests, Alyss Noland and Joel Lord.…
 
Mary, PJ, and Jason talk about how things have changed in the realm of tech conferences over the last decade. They discuss at what point a company should start sponsoring conferences as well as how to mitigate team-wide burnout and the fact that speaking at or sponsoring conferences takes a lot of time and energy outside of the conference dates.…
 
"Conference Season" used to be a definitive time of year -- the time when things were chaotic and everything revolved around travel, talks, sponsorships, and schedules. But these days it seems like the whole year is chock-full of conferences, big and small. So how can we help build an event strategy that's sustainable, not only for our team, bu ...…
 
PJ, Jason, and Mary recap the conversation with Bear Douglas and Jeremy Meiss. They touch on how the growth of the industry has impacted Developer Relations job titles as well as salaries before meandering into personal brand. At the end of the day, is it really our job title that matters or is it more about how we interact with others?…
 
Developer Advocate. Community Engineer. Developer Evangelist. Community Manager. Technical Writer. All these are job titles in DevRel, but what do they mean, and what do people think we do based on our titles? Jason, Mary, and PJ are joined by Bear Douglas, Director of Developer Relations at Slack, and Jeremy Meiss, Director of Community at Sol ...…
 
Jason and Mary talk about content that we produce for our personal brands as well as our corporations. What lines do we draw to maintain the boundary of our personal versus professional lives? And if that line gets blurred, how do we push pause to be able to recoup our energy and prevent burnout? We also touch on the importance of producing con ...…
 
We live in a world where you need to do something different in order to stick out from your competition. Written content abounds and podcasts are now a dime a dozen, but video content seems to be something of a frontier still (tho growing quickly!). Dan Thomas joins us this month to talk about how to create stellar video content and build a fol ...…
 
Burning out is a dangerous space, which is not discussed enough. When starting a new an exciting journey, it is so common to start full power. Often you may find that you've run so far... but left out of breath. There's so much to say about burn out. This episode, focuses on some pitfalls that are more significant for public speakers. Shai Rezn ...…
 
Two tips for developer advocates: maintain the curiosity and always make sure to keep developers' needs and wants prioritised. In this episode, Arabella David joins us to discuss how developer advocacy can become more inclusive and diverse and how to build a community that sustains itself in a way that your engineers will want to "crash" their ...…
 
Mary and PJ recap the conversation they had with Marshall Kirkpatrick and Rachel Happe in Episode 35 and continue to chat about the difference between popularity and influence. As DevRel professionals continue to gain influence in various fields, it's important that we have conversations around the expectations for those influencers: Should the ...…
 
Speaking in conferences and traveling the world, can be challenging as is. But what happens when you have a baby? How can you still do it? In this episode Britt hosts Shmuela, who has been traveling with her baby all over the world, giving talks and workshops, and smiling the whole time! Shmuela shares her experience, with some challenges and h ...…
 
Remember the popular saying "can't see the forest for the trees"? Today we're looking at the tree. Assume your dev community is the forest. You know how valuable a forest is. However, how about a single tree? If a single tree is added to the forest, how much does the forest value increase? In our latest episode, we welcome Adam FitzGerald to ta ...…
 
Part of building and participating in a community is the influence we have on others. With the advent of social media and more personal interactions, people have risen to levels heretofore unexpected. Influencers help to sway the activities of a community and stars arise that influence at the highest level. Rachel Happe (Co-founder of The Commu ...…
 
If it looks like a tech talk, sounds like a tech talks, and feels like a tech talk, then it probably is a tech talk! There are just a few people that can take any expectation from a tech talk, break it to pieces, and create a fun and entertaining show that will tech you tech, with tons of laughter. Shai Reznik is definitely one of them. After p ...…
 
Developers don't care that you know until they know that you care. Jeremy Meiss, Director of Community for Solace, joined us to talk about developer communities and what skills a community manager needs to have. Plus, how can running a coffee shop and watching Doctor Who teach you for better engagement with your developer community. Jeremy Meis ...…
 
Mary, Jason, and PJ chat about what "technical" means in the DevRel industry and how job titles shape our roles after recording Episode 34. As the Developer Relations industry grows up, this is a question we'll be facing more and more often as we struggle to define who is qualified to build relationships with a technical audience.…
 
Speaking at an international conference is a one of a kind experience! But what do you when this conference is held in English and... you're are not a native English speaker? This is not an easy one.. Britt Barak and Yossi Segev got together to share some tips on getting through this challenge. Yossi Segev leads the R&D of Kin Ecosystem's Devel ...…
 
There are so many reasons to engage with public speaking! But how to start? How to get into your first conference? Britt Barak hosts Rebecca Franks to share some tips from their own experiences. Rebecca Franks is a Google Developer Expert for Android. She is an Android Engineer at Over, based in Johannesburg, South Africa. Read more about her w ...…
 
Are forums dead? Adrian Speyer from Vanilla Forums thinks not. He joined us to discuss developer communities: where developers discuss about (praise or criticise) your product. What are the benefits of building your community? Do you need to be a developer to work in developer marketing? All discussed in this episode. Plus, a touch of old inter ...…
 
Katherine Miller from the Cloud Developer Relations Events Program at Google, joins us to talk a major aspect of developer marketing: events. From meetups to global events, we talk about the challenges and what an event should offer for developers. Our book "Developer Marketing: The Essential Guide"
 
As Developer Relations becomes more mainstream, the understanding of what makes someone qualified to be a Developer Relations professional is getting cloudy. Do you have to have a technical background? And if so, does that mean that you’ve held a “Software Engineer” title? Or simply that you’ve taken the time to understand the technical pieces ...…
 
Mary Thengvall joins us on our first episode along with SlashData CEO Andreas Constantinou to discuss developer marketing and developer relations, their importance and the trends coming in 2019. Our book "Developer Marketing: The Essential Guide"
 
What is the Under the Hood of Developer Marketing podcast? 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. DevRel? Hackathons? Personas? In every episode, each special guest covers a *hot* developer marketing topic ...…
 
Jason, Mary, and PJ sync up after Episode 33 to discuss event management, creating new events, and where event organization fits into community management as a whole.
 
In this episode, our hosts are joined by Aaron Aldrich and Quintessence Anx, both of whom are Developer Advocates who also have experience organizing community events. Together, they discuss the challenges, lessons learned, and tips for organizing events for a technical audience.
 
Josh shares with us from his accumulated wisdom as a well-known speaker whose live coding is legend. Also, a protip for podcasts that don't publish weekly: don't mention it in the broadcast if it's Christmastime. You might ship the episode later! :)
 
Josh shares with us from his accumulated wisdom as a well-known speaker whose live coding is legend. Also, a protip for podcasts that don't publish weekly: don't mention it in the broadcast if it's Christmastime. You might ship the episode later! :)
 
Josh shares with us from his accumulated wisdom as a well-known speaker whose live coding is legend. Also, a protip for podcasts that don't publish weekly: don't mention it in the broadcast if it's Christmastime. You might ship the episode later! :)
 
Jason & PJ sync up after our latest episode to chat about their personal experiences with DevRel at big companies versus smaller companies. From delays due to colleagues based around the world to the simple pleasure of a large team to kick ideas around with, as always there are pros and cons to every scenario.…
 
In this episode, our hosts discuss the similarities and differences of working in developer relations and advocacy in large organizations compared to small ones (or startups). Joining us in the conversation is Nathen Harvey of Google, Maureen McElaney from IBM, and Matt Asay from Adobe.
 
Mary talks about her new book, The Business Value of Developer Relations: How and Why Technical Communities are Key to Your Success. Check it out! https://www.amazon.com/Business-Value-Developer-Relations-Communities-ebook/dp/B07FKFQ1NK
 
Mary talks about her new book, The Business Value of Developer Relations: How and Why Technical Communities are Key to Your Success. Check it out! https://www.amazon.com/Business-Value-Developer-Relations-Communities-ebook/dp/B07FKFQ1NK
 
Mary talks about her new book, The Business Value of Developer Relations: How and Why Technical Communities are Key to Your Success. Check it out! https://www.amazon.com/Business-Value-Developer-Relations-Communities-ebook/dp/B07FKFQ1NK
 
Mary, PJ, and Jason gather to chat about 2018: the rewards as well as the struggles. Per usual, there are tangents galore from the hosts you've come to love along with observations about how DevRel has come and what we might see in the future.
 
Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn...these are all major parts of what we use everyday to stay in touch with the communities we are involved in, personally and professionally. What happens though when those lines blur? When something you say from your personal life gets picked up by people involved in your professional life? Is it all worth ...…
 
Mary and PJ join Jason to sync up on the recent episode that he hosted about Codes of Conduct. We cover a lot of ground: from the purpose that Codes of Conduct serve, to the fact that we agree to these standards in day-to-day life without realizing it, to the recent news stories about CoCs.
 
Jason flies solo on a great discussion of Codes of Conduct for events. We've brought in Carina C. Zona (CallBackWomen), Justin Reese (Code & Supply), and Tessa Mero (Cisco) to talk what works, what doesn't, and what happens when the CoC isn't followed. Special thanks to our sponsor, IBM. Are you building cloud applications with Java, AI, Machin ...…
 
Mary opens up to PJ and Jason about struggles to create an in-person personal community when we're so often on the road. Even us extroverts need some downtime from the tech community and a chance to connect with friends, but how do we go about creating deep friendships when we aren't home to invest in them? Special thanks to our sponsor, IBM. A ...…
 
Mary, Jason, and PJ get together after the episode to talk content, Mary's upcoming book, and some of the hurdles they've seen to getting content out there.
 
One important part of the Dev Advocate lifestyle is content creation, which can range from penning the perfect tweet to blog posts to docs and tutorials. Content matters when it comes to interacting with the Community. In this episode, we talk with Lorna Jane Mitchell about content creation and the process of working with folks who are not cont ...…
 
Tim and Baruch speak with community legend Meghan Gill of MongoDB fame. Meghan was instrumental in building the world-class community program at Mongo from their earliest days. We talk about how DevRel can be a positive force on product usability, how to build developer community, and whose [excellent] idea all those coffee mugs were. Meghan is ...…
 
Tim and Baruch speak with community legend Meghan Gill of MongoDB fame. Meghan was instrumental in building the world-class community program at Mongo from their earliest days. We talk about how DevRel can be a positive force on product usability, how to build developer community, and whose [excellent] idea all those coffee mugs were. Meghan is ...…
 
Tim and Baruch speak with community legend Meghan Gill of MongoDB fame. Meghan was instrumental in building the world-class community program at Mongo from their earliest days. We talk about how DevRel can be a positive force on product usability, how to build developer community, and whose [excellent] idea all those coffee mugs were. Meghan is ...…
 
A fascinating interview with Tracy Lee on the JavaScript community, DevRel in general, and her move from marketing into tech. As one who has lived on both sides of the fence, Tracy has a particularly useful view of the relationship between the two disciplines.
 
A fascinating interview with Tracy Lee on the JavaScript community, DevRel in general, and her move from marketing into tech. As one who has lived on both sides of the fence, Tracy has a particularly useful view of the relationship between the two disciplines.
 
A fascinating interview with Tracy Lee on the JavaScript community, DevRel in general, and her move from marketing into tech. As one who has lived on both sides of the fence, Tracy has a particularly useful view of the relationship between the two disciplines.
 
What happens when you step out of the office and take a break for a while? Whether vacation or funemployment, downtime is important. But how do we do this while continuing to be part of our communities? Jason & PJ chat about these topics & more.
 
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