When we create content, the ideas and concepts typically come from ourselves or our community members. But when we work for a larger organization, things get complicated. Some of us create content as a part of our day-to-day role; some of us create content outside of work hours. Now that we as DevRel professionals produce even more online content to connect with our community, there’s some ambiguity about the ownership of this content.
To take a look at some of these questions, we’ve invited a couple of guests familiar with this space: Amara Graham, Head of Developer Experience at Camunda and Henry Teegarden, Esquire, from Teegarden Law.
FULL DISCLOSURE: This podcast is not meant to be taken as legal advice. We are sharing our opinions and thoughts. If you have specific questions about your content, we recommend contacting a legal professional.
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