Developer Relations Made Easy

Voxgig has the tools and expertise to help you maximize your developer relations efforts. Our proven tools for developer advocates and conference organizers can help you get the most out of your knowledge, time, and audience, no matter the size of your organization. Let us help you maximize your impact and achieve your goals.

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Developer Relations Services

We can help you start to build your own communities. Work from the ground up by establishing meetups, podcasts, and open source projects, before graduating to full-scale conferences.

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Community Engagement

Build trust and respect by engaging with industry foundations, standards groups, and academia.

Thought Leadership

We help grow your own leaders. Craft the right developer brand, and take the right actions to make it trustworthy.

Content Delivery

Spray-and-pray content does not work. You’ll need to track and measure what works and what doesn’t. We’ll show you how to do this operationally.

Make Great Documentation Your Secret Weapon

Creating, refining, and updating documentation, making it interactive, and using it to build community

Voxgig Podcasts

Learn From Some Of The Best In The Business. We talk to people in the developer community about developer relations, public speaking and community events.

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John Lynch

John Lynch

When we talk about Developer Relations, we often talk about the three Cs: Code, Community, and Content. This week's podcast talk makes a turn at bringing those three together. Service design helps us achieve that with its principles for DevRel strategy. Delivering and designing a service is critical in making your DevRel coherent. In this podcast, John Lynch who is a Service Designer breaks down the service design thinking in the technical world with real-world examples as well as his experiences. ‍ With John as our guest, we get to discuss: - Types of Design - What defines a service? - Are services all around us? - What defines a product? - Reading and Maintaining Documentation - Working with APIs and third-party services

Vicky Twomey-Lee

Vicky Twomey-Lee

A trip back in time – listen to Vicky Twomey-Lee’s great description of her patient and committed community building in the world of Python and beyond. A how-to guide on building a community and successful event creation! Spoiler alert: it takes work, commitment and patience. Vicky Twomey-Lee is a diversity in tech & community veteran. You need community BEFORE you have an event!

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