"The Developer Evangelist Handbook" - A Handbook for hopeful, new or even current, developer evangelists
A developer evangelist is a spokesperson, mediator and translator between a company and both its technical staff and outside developers.
If you think this would be a good role for you, here's the developer evangelist handbook which gives you some great tips on how to do this job.
Using the handbook you'll learn how to:
- Find great web content and promote it.
- Write for the web and create engaging code examples.
- Use the web and the social web to your advantage to reach, research and promote.
- Prepare and deliver great presentations.
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- The developer evangelism handbook
- Defining developer evangelism
- Start with the right mindset
- Find your role and play to your strengths
- Remove the brand
- Work with the competition
- Work with your own company
- Prepare for outreach
- Get speaking opportunities
- Deliver a talk or workshop
- Write great posts and articles
- Write excellent code examples
- Prepare great slide decks for presentations
- Record your output
- Know and use the (social) web
- Work with the conference buzz
- Additional presentation tips
You can also go to the full table of contents.
A this is the kind of role I hope to grow up and be one day, I supposed I better get reading!