Developer Relations Conference in 10 pictures 🥑📸

This week I attended Evans Data Developer Relations Conference held in San Mateo. It was a great conference with great speakers. I took a lot of notes and will publish a separate blog post about the conference. For now, here are 10 pictures from the conference.

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Data Evans Developer Relations Conference 2019

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Willie Tejada from IBM is talking about Code, Content and Community
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Dan Shaw from PayPal is talking about zen and the art of understanding developers
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Jim Jaquet from SAP is showing a typical developer journey
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Avinash Harsh Weavr.io and Grace Francisco from Roblox shared 5 ways to scale up developer support & engagement
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Jenny Burcio from Docker shared how influencers can help scale your Developer Relations program
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Adam Seligman from Google in his talk “DevRel: Are we doing it all wrong” questioned if we are making developers more successful
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Jeff Sandquist from Microsoft shared what amazing Developer Advocates Microsoft hires from various communities
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Siddhartha Agarwal from Oracle shared how they scale their Developer Relations program
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Scott Burnell from Ford in his talk “What’s In It For Me?” shared interesting stats about their developer program at Ford

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