Events have a code of conduct. Projects often have rules of behavior for those who participate. There are expected rules we follow when creating content, from adhering to MLA style to ensuring ideas are delivered in a succinct way with value to the consumer.
But when it comes to DevRel, there is no specific rule set or guidelines for practitioners. Beyond the external rules we need to follow as generally good humans, there is nothing to show how to be an ethical DevRel practitioner. So where does that leave us?
Coraline Ada Ehmke and Don Goodman-Wilson join us to discuss this difficult topic.</p
- Personal Record Club - A spotify API consuming way to share your album choices socially (based on the @PJAlbumoftheDay twitter account)
- A Drop of Midnight - Jason “Timbuktu” Diakité’s memoir on growing up African-American in Sweden and what finding his roots really means.
- Burnout Index: A quick pulse on how work is affecting you
- This tweet of an otter playing with an iPhone set to Careless Whisper
- Geekbot - asynchronous standup bot on Slack for distributed teams
- Andrew L. Russell’s Open Standards and the Digital Age: History, Ideology, and Networks
Coraline Ada Ehmke
- Title of Conf - A joyful new musical conference showcasing the brilliant talent thriving the tech community.
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