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Issue #13 is here with open source support, a new 3rd edition book, automations, Hacktoberfest, culture and more!
Enjoy the latest updates from DevRelX.

 
[New blogpost] Developers’ take on open source support by Google, Facebook, Amazon and nonprofit organisations
Ever wondered what developers value in open source and which companies fulfil those desires? How about a showdown between companies for the top spot of ‘friend of open source’? And which nonprofit organisations have made the perceived greatest contribution to accelerating innovations in open source? The answers are all in this blogpost.  
Read the full article here➝

[New book] Developer Marketing & Relations: The Essential Guide 3rd Edition
This book, was the first of its kind when it first came out. Now, it has a third, richer edition with 9 new chapters and 1 revised since the first edition. Written by leading developer marketing practitioners in some of today’s largest technology companies, this book collects insights from a generation of thought leaders within the tech industry, who share them with everyone working, or planning to work in the industry.
Find out more here➝
 
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Step up your DevRel game

A very special episode, a bit different from our usual format.

On September 29 & 30, the Future Developer Summit opened its virtual doors to the DevRel community for a free event. One of the sessions was a panel discussion on “How to step up your DevRel game” where Developer Relations professionals shared their pro tips with everyone. You can listen to the discussion in this episode. The pros:

  1. Katherine Miller, Global Lead, Cloud Developer Events Program at Google
  2. Leandro Margulis, Vice President of Developer Relations at UnifyID
  3. Pablo Fraile, Director of Developer Ecosystems at ARM

The panel was moderated by SlashData Data Journalist, Richard Muir. The tips:

  • Building inclusive communities and partnerships
  • Engaging developers 
  • Understanding the developer journey and helping devs grow along ut
  • How to build meaningful connections at events
  • Tips for successful virtual events
Listen here➝
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apidays LIVE Hong Kong 
October 8, 2020 (online)
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DevRel Asia 
November 14, 2020 (online)
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LiveCast on Developer Empathy 
October 14, 2020 (online)
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Should you use automation in your community?
 Automation can help with the management of your online community if applied carefully and to the right situations. So how can you tell what those situations are, and if you should introduce automation to your community? Venessa Paech shares the answers.
Read the full article here➝

7 Pieces of Information to Include in Technical Blog Posts
Stephanie Morillo shares seven crucial pieces of information that should be included in technical blog posts based on feedback from developers on Twitter.
Read the full article here➝

How to help Hacktoberfest contributors become long term community members
Matthew Revell talks about to how you can help Hacktoberfest contributors take that next step in your community, if you run an open source project.  
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The Culture Community Manager
Danny Denhard makes the case for "the most important role you are not considering". The Culture Community Manager. 
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Sr Developer Evangelist .NET at Split
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Community Manager at Circle
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Director of Developer Relations at Amazon
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Senior Developer Advocate at Amazon
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