16th

April

2016

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DevRelCon: a one day single track conference for technical evangelists, developer advocates and anyone interested in developer relations

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Developer relations has gone mainstream. Increasing numbers of people are working to build developer communities and spread developer adoption of software, APIs and other tools.

Join us to share your experiences of working in developer relations and learn from some of our craft's leading practitioners.

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The amazing Speakers at DevRelCon San Francisco 2016. More to be announced!

Rey Bango

Rey Bango

Microsoft

Measuring success in developer relations

Bear Douglas

Bear Douglas

Twitter

Advocacy for native mobile platforms

Adam DuVander

Adam DuVander

CTL.io

How to scale developer relations with content

Tim Falls

Tim Falls

Keen IO

Fast forward: deploying our best selves to build the future of developer communities

Adam Fitzgerald

Adam Fitzgerald

Amazon

Business Models Justifications For Developer Relations Programs -or- How to make sure the CEO funds your crazy ideas to make developers happy

Grace Francisco

Grace Francisco

Atlassian

Are you practicing Holistic Evangelism?

Christian Heilman

Christian Heilmann

Microsoft

Turning a community into evangelism helpers

Justin Kestelyn

Justin Kestelyn

Cloudera

Everyone is an evangelist

Josh Marinacci

Josh Marinacci

PubNub

History of developer evangelism

Greg Poirier

Greg Poirier

Opsee

Selling your dreams as a service

Baruch Sadogursky

Baruch Sadosgursky

JFrog

How I moved to Silicon Valley and started to sleep better (or not)

Roman Shaposhnik

Roman Shaposhnik

Pivotal

Apache Way: putting community over code since the dawn of the internet

Rob Spectre

Rob Spectre

Twilio

Measuring developer evangelism

Jade Wang

Jade Wang

Sandstorm.io

Building open source communities: decentralization and empowerment

Brandon West

Brandon West

Sendgrid

APIs, product and developer relations

Sponsors

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Schedule

Registration and Breakfast
8.15am Registration, breakfast and BOFs. Come on time, enjoy breakfast and make friends!
9.00am
Matthew Revell
Arun Gupta
Tamao Nakahara

Welcome! Matthew Revell, Tamao Nakahara, Arun Gupta

The state of developer relations
9.10am
Josh Marinacci

History of developer evangelism. Josh Marinacci, Head of Developer Relations, PubNub.

9.30am
Tim Falls

Fast forward: deploying our best selves to build the future of developer communities. Tim Falls, Vice President of Community, Keen IO.

10.00am
Adam FitzGerald

How to make sure the CEO funds your crazy ideas to make developers happy. Adam FitzGerald, Developer Marketing, Amazon Web Services.

10.30am Break
Scaling developer relations
10.45am
Justin Kestelyn

Everyone is an Evangelist. Justin Kestelyn, Head of Technical Evangelism and Developer Relations, Cloudera.

11.15am
Adam DuVander

How to scale developer relations with content. Adam DuVander, Technical Content Team Lead, CTL.io.

11.35am
Grace Francisco

Are you practicing holistic evangelism? Grace Francisco, Head of Global Developer Advocacy, Atlassian.

11.50am Group Discussion
12.05pm Lunch provided by mparticle
Expert's view
12.50pm
Christian Heilmann

Turning a community into evangelism helpers. Christian Heilmann, Programme Manager for Developer Outreach, Microsoft Edge Team.

1.30pm
Bear Douglas

Advocacy for native mobile platforms. Bear Douglas, Developer Advocacy Manager, Twitter.

2.00pm
Brandon West

Building APIs at Sendgrid. Brandon West, Director of Community, Sendgrid.

2.25pm Break
Building Dev Communities for Open Source, Startups, and Global Reach
2.45pm
Greg Poirier

Selling your dreams as a service. Greg Poirier, CTO, Opsee.

3.00pm
Baruch Sadogursky

How I moved to Silicon Valley and started to sleep better (or not). Baruch Sadogursky, Developer Advocate, JFrog.

3.15pm
Roman Shaposhnik

Apache Way: putting community over code since the dawn of the internet. Roman Shaposhnik, Director of Open Source, Pivotal.

3.30pm
Jade Wang

Building open source communities: decentralization and empowerment. Jade Wang, Co-founder Sandstorm.io.

3.50pm Group Discussion
4.05pm Break
Metrics and ROI
4.35pm
Rey Bango

Measuring success in developer relations. Rey Bango, Developer Relations, Microsoft.

4.55pm
Rob Spectre

Measuring developer evangelism. Rob Spectre, Developer Program, Twilio

5.25pm

Interactive metrics discussion with speakers

5.50pm Closing remarks, prizes & reception
6.45pm Goodbye, see you next year!

Organisers

The people behind DevRelCon San Francisco.

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Matthew Revell

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Arun Gupta

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Tamao Nakahara

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Venue

Microsoft Reactor, 680 Folsom St. San Francisco.

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