Stackd Podcast: No Code for You
I was a guest on the Stackd podcast. We talked about Java, JSF, RichFaces, Okta Workflows and of course no-code in general. Have a listen (or watch) ⤵️
I was a guest on the Council Of The Wise Developers podcast
I was a guest on the Council of The Wise Developers podcast. It was a fun, unique and an interesting conversation, to say the least. Check it out below (or not).
Scaling Developer Success Podcast – Season 1
I’m so honored to be in a group with these amazing developer relations and community people. Thank you to Peritus.ai for hosting. Listen to season 1.
Scaling Developer Success Podcast
I was a guest on the Peritus Scaling Developer Success podcast. I chatted with Robin Purohit, CEO of Peritus. We talked about DevRel, success in DevRel and some no-code. Listen to the podcast episode.
Interview: Strategic Goals of Developer Relations
I was interviewed by Pandium about strategic goals of Developer Relations. Read the interview.
On joining Okta, Workflows and No-Code
This week I joined Okta as Workflows Builder Advocacy Lead.
Which Company Runs a Great Developer Relations Program?
If you attended a Developer Relations, Developer Marketing conference, or meetup then you probably heard that Twilio and Stripe run excellent Developer Relations programs.
Quick Notes on No-Code, DevRel and Platforms
I am passionate about the no-code space and I also love developer relations. Lately I have been noticing two interesting things happening:
Why Developer Advocates Should First Publish Content on a Personal Blog
In a blog post Where to publish content? I shared why I recommend to publish on your own blog first: It allows you to build your portfolio and keep all your work in one place It allows to build your personal brand It can act as your “second” resume as it shows that you actually published.…
Why Developer Advocates Should Try New Things
Developer Advocates at many organization can usually work on different things. One day they can build a demo application, help with support, improve the documentation, work on an SDK, work on a blog post or a tutorial, and host an event. I love this about Developer Advocacy – you usually have flexibility and freedom to…