Many see DevRel practitioners as up front, in the spotlight, on stage, or at least with their name on lots of content. What if we told you there were people behind the scenes making community operations their priority? What does that look like, and who are the people making the lives of DevRel folks easier? That’s the topic of today’s Community Pulse episode.
Blogposts about Community Operations roles:
- What do Community Operations Managers do? from CMX
- What does a community operations manager do? from Common Room
- Community Operations: A Beginner’s Guide from Commsor
- Make - just discovered it so I can’t vouch for it yet but it’s like Zapier on steroids
- Shift - just got a new work laptop so I had to update to the newest version of Shift, I’m on the alpha release with the new workspaces and I gotta say, it’s a huge improvement from the Shift version I was using (which to be fair, was several versions old)
- Rever - motorcycle rider social media
- Clearword - make meetings into action item lists (not just transcription, but actual things you can take action on)
- Word by Word: The Secret Life of Dictionaries by Kory Stamper
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