Building something creative and useful for the developer community is one of the best ways to get developers interested in what you do. Projects like Algolia DocSearch or TwilioQuest build credibility while generating traffic and signups quarter after quarter. DeveloperMode works with you to identify the perfect project for your community. Then we design, build and launch it in just 6 weeks. Learn more about developer community projects on our blog.
When should you build a developer relations team? What kind of evangelists should you hire? Should you focus on content, events, outreach or something else? What are other companies doing that is working? These are important but difficult questions to answer as you start investing more. The DeveloperMode team and network can help you answer these questions, whether you’re a founder, executive or individual contributor.
Hey, I’m Josh, a long-time software engineer and experienced developer evangelist. Previously I was the head of developer relations at Algolia, the VP engineering at Keen IO and a principal engineer at Disney. I’ve spent an awkwardly long amount of time thinking about how to get developers excited about new technologies and equip them with the tools that they need to make their projects successful.
Hey, I’m Patrick, and I’ve seen both ends of the funnel. I launched the startup team at a 200-person ad agency, building brands and go-to-market plans for early-stage companies, then led customer success teams at engineering-heavy startups Keen IO and FigureEight. I’ve spent my career discovering new ways to build relationships with developers throughout their journey with a company, and creating ways to operationalize those processes.
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