This is part two of our DevRelCon London 2018 recap, read part one here.After a lovely evening at the DevRelCon awards and dinner with a few new dev rel buddies, the second day at DevRelCon had arrived. I headed over
Last week I headed to London for my first DevRelCon. Hosted by our friends at Hoopy, the event has become a bit of an institution in the developer relations community. I was excited to see what the buzz was about
We’re excited to announce we’re sponsoring SlashData’s annual event, the Future Developer Summit 2018. On September 13, Menlo Park, California will welcome developer marketing leaders for a thought-provoking and inspiring day.An exclusive developer marketing event, the Future Developer Summit is
Last Tuesday I flew out to Hannover, Germany for CeBIT. Famed as the largest and most internationally represented technology and innovation festival in Europe, the event welcomed 2,800 participating companies, over 600 speakers and 370 start-ups from Europe, Africa and
Last week I attended my first Google I/O conference. As a developer marketer, I over-analyzed every step I took by constantly looking for answers to questions like "what are they trying to accomplish here?, "which developer feedback prompted Google to
Catchy's CEO, Richard Hurring was recently invited to speak at DeveloperWeek NYC. Here's what he thought of the event overall, as well as events aimed at developer program practitioners in general.
Return on Developer Investment.You would think that with billions of dollars spent every year on building tools for developers, running hackathons, loyalty programs, tutorials and how-to’s, evangelist and MVP programs - the platform leaders would have figured it all out.
Machine learning, artificial intelligence and big data were all in focus at Microsoft’s Transform conference in London. Taking place at a suitably frigid East Wintergarden in Canary Wharf, Transform featured speakers from enterprise, government, non-profits organizations, and Microsoft themselves. The