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Over the last year, we’ve talked about virtual events quite a bit - from how to get started to bringing things together in a short period of time. That said, being a sponsor at these virtual events has been somewhat of a challenge. With no real “booth” or physical location for interaction, where can value be found in these events and how do we show the benefits to our sponsoring organizations. To discuss this, we brought together a few folks who have experienced virtual events from different points of view. Read More

After Pulse: DevRel at the Foundation

Posted on Friday, Sep 25, 2020

Our hosts sit down to discuss their recent conversation on the subject of DevRel as an early employee.

DevRel at the Foundation

Posted on Friday, Sep 18, 2020

As companies are starting to realize that Developer Relations can be a competitive advantage, we’ve been noticing more and more job descriptions for Developer Advocates or DevRel Professionals who are the first non-engineering hire at early-stage startups. But when you’re an early hire working alongside the founder and a few engineers, what does your role look like? How is it different from joining a company as employee #30, 120, or even 1432?

After Pulse: Metrics, KPIs, and OKRs - Oh My!

Posted on Friday, Aug 14, 2020

Our hosts sit down to discuss their recent conversation with Patrick Collins and Donovan Brown.

Metrics, KPIs, and OKRs - Oh My!

Posted on Thursday, Aug 13, 2020

In this episode we want to discuss the topic of OKRs (or Objectives and Key Results). What are OKRs, and why are they beneficial to an organization? How do they differ from Key Performance Metrics (KPIs)? What even is a North Star?

Advocating for DevRel as a DevRel Professional

Posted on Tuesday, Jul 7, 2020

Developer Relations needs to be put into perspective for people outside the team or community. When your Developer Relations department comes under fire, how do we switch from advocating for our community to advocating for ourselves? When DevRel is new, how do you build on activities to show the importance of having a dedicated team working with the communities your organization is involved with?