Developer Relations Conference Oct 4-5, 2021 | SF Bay Area, CA

A Summit for and by Experts in Developer Marketing. This content-rich experience is brought to you by leading developer marketing professionals from top companies in the industry. The in-person summit features interactive sessions and workshops by developer marketing executives, Q&A panel discussions with marketing pros and developers, as well as networking events and in-depth research data.

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Data Highlights


Developers Say Voting Machines are Ripe for Hacking

Santa Cruz, CALIF. (March 31, 2021) – Electronic voting machines use software and are often connected to the internet. This is the perfect scenario for a hacker to exploit the technology. Develo... Read More →

Must-Have Skills for AI and Machine Learning Developers In 2021

Santa Cruz, CALIF. (January 14, 2021) – AI and Machine Learning developers worldwide are planning what skills to learn in 2021. Most believe familiarity with common machine learning libraries s... Read More →

Microsoft Teams Dominates Remote Team Platforms Among Software Developers

Santa Cruz, CALIF. (July 1, 2020) – According to Evans Data’s recently released Global Development Survey report, 54.7% of developers worldwide use Microsoft’s Teams for remote de... Read More →

Application Developers Neglecting Internal Security Standards to Meet Demanding Release Cycles

Santa Cruz, CALIF. (April 30, 2020) - Deploying an application without proper security features was cited as the “worst thing they could do” by 27% of developers and IT managers surveyed f... Read More →
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Demystifying Developer Personas

On first look, software developers appear to be a more distinct and well-defined market segment than most others, which should make it easier to market to them. It’s always simpler to create messaging and positioning for a target market that is uniform and cohesive than it is for a very diverse market. And so developers give the appearance of being easy to market to; but is it that cut and dry? Read More →

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