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In this episode we are in a detailed conversation with Eoin Boylan the CTO of Evervault, a company that does encryption as a service. This is a Developers Relations how-to guide! We discuss the challenges of getting developers to use some pretty complex APIs. Eoin speaks to the effectiveness of private Slack channels per client.

As a use of Evervault systems in the service of one of our own clients, I see the value of this approach! We also discuss their really excellent documentation flow documentation and the importance of this documentation flow to Developer Relations.

The first part of the conversation is a brief explainer of Evervault encryption service. Then Eoin walks us through how they discovered, tracked and optimised their product through a specific developer onboarding step originally. This shoulder-to-shoulder onboarding has evolved in to private engineer-to-engineer Slack channels.

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