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Budgets Rule Everything

Posted on Friday, Nov 13, 2020
As we’ve mentioned in previous episodes, budget concerns are an ever changing part of working in DevRel. Now more than ever, DevRel teams are expanding their functions and responsibilities while stretching the idea of how we do the things we do. In this episode, we sit down with Bear Douglas of Slack to talk budgets, what budget allocations mean to a DevRel and how do you calculate what you need vs what you want? Read More

After Pulse: Audience Segmentation

Posted on Monday, Oct 28, 2019

Mary and PJ recap their conversation with SJ and Jesse, diving further into where personas fit into a DevRel strategy as well as how to acknowledge when the data you’re finding doesn’t reflect the ideas represented in your strategy.

Figuring out what segment of the technical industry your product is focused on can be a difficult endeavor, but it’s necessary in order to set your DevRel team up for success. “Developers, Developers, Developers” has a nice ring to it, but in reality, is far too large of a group to focus on. In this episode of Community Pulse, our hosts are joined by Sarah-Jane Morris, Founder of Listen Community Consulting, and Jesse Davis, Executive VP of Product and Technology at Devada, to talk about audience segmentation and how it plays into building a sustainable DevRel strategy.

After Pulse: Open Source Community Management

Posted on Wednesday, Oct 2, 2019

Jason, Mary, and PJ grab a post episode chat on titles, Open Source Community Management, and hills people seek out to raise their flags.

Open Source Community Management

Posted on Wednesday, Sep 18, 2019

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.

After Pulse: Moving Day

Posted on Tuesday, Sep 17, 2019

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.