The Incident Commander is a powerful role in the world of Incident Management that is traditionally filled by senior engineers and engineering managers…
It's been over a year now, and hybrid/remote events are here to stay. Here's some suggestions on what tools you can invest in to improve your video con…
A strict Monday to Friday, nine to five schedule is no longer the norm for many people who work in software, but you need to be sure that 'choosing whe…
Is a conference booth really the best way to engage with developers? And if it isn't, why do we spend so much time and money on them?
When a large part of your job is content creation, what can you do when you're struggling to get your creative juices flowing? Here's some approaches I…
In a world where we no longer move from desk to meeting room and back, what do we need to change about the tools we build so they help us to achieve ou…
Creating more content is an important practice for those of us who work in Developer Relations, so to help flex that muscle, I'm starting a podcast
Last week, I put out a few guesses on what Apple would announce at their ”Spring Loaded” event. Now that it’s done, I thought it was only fair to keep …
I’m a big fan of Apple, and whilst I don’t intend for this to be an Apple watching blog, I’ve challenged myself to write more, and the upcoming Apple e…
When I worked at Facebook in the early days, we used to talk a lot about what would be “the new Facebook”, because if we didn’t become the “new Faceboo…
Much to my own surprise, a number of people have been asking me lately how they should approach working in Developer Relations. After listening to the …
Tech companies do a fantastic job on their career sites of talking about all the amazing perks they offer. Free food as far as the eye can see, the lat…