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What Could a Group of Devs Create in Three Months as Developer Advocates?

What if you gave eight developers 12-weeks to learn about the art of Developer Advocacy and challenged them with the task of creating content for their fellow dev?

What could they create? What could they accomplish?

Well, You need not wonder anymore.

Through the creation of the Asurion Developer Advocacy Program, we managed to answer that very question.

Take a look at what eight developers (all with full-time development jobs) managed to accomplish when they combined their skill and work ethic with their passion for developer advocacy.


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Luis Santiago

Learn how to create a React Native application using the Expo platform through the expo-cli. Also, learn how to debug your newly created application.

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Learn how to build a simple layout using CSS grid properties. Luis shows how CSS grid is a great layout system for content arrangement and application responsiveness.

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Seth Gunnells

Discover how to create a video using React code while watching this video created using React code 🀯

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Seth breaks down why it may not be the best idea to quit your job for another enticing opportunity and why sticking around may just be worth your while.

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Grace Harders

There is no one perfect hobby or personality type that best suits software engineering - all it takes is a curious mind and a willingness to learn. In this video, Grace shares the journeys that led different individuals into software development.

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Learn how important it is to create a dedicated space for team feedback and how team health can be impacted if a team retrospective space is not allocated.

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Robert Tate

Explore the concept of 'this' so that you can move 'this' from your passive Javascript vocabulary to your active Javascript vocabulary.

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Robert guides you through basics of the Lit framework and why you should consider using it, even if you are fan of React.

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Raymond Luu

At first glance, 'git reset' can seem daunting, if not scary. Raymond shares the how 'git reset' is not that scary the deeper you dive in.

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Ready to go full-stack with React. Check out the basics of one of the newest frameworks, Remix.

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Jenaba Sow

Are you interested in coding but unsure where to start? Check out the creative coding framework p5.JS with Jenaba.

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Nathan Sepulveda

Explore how music has helped inspired developers throughout their journey in Tech and how creative endeavors can make a difference on your career path.

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Design and Engineering go hand-in-hand when creating great products. Nathan dives into the key principles of making the dynamic between Designers and Developers great.

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Manju Bellamkonda

Learn how to build an application using a Micro frontend architecture and MERN with Manju in this video.

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Git Rebase, Merge or Squash; That is the question. Explore the differences between these Git strategies and when and why you should consider using them

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Along with all the incredible work they have all created individually, each of these individuals worked together collaboratively to make some completely brand-new to share with the world.


Group Advocacy

When starting a software project it can be easy to jump in headfirst without a plan. Grace Harders, Manju Bellamkonda, Luis Santiago and Robert Tate give some advice on how to avoid some of the pitfalls developers can fall into in their project structure. Also can be listened to on Youtube and SoundCloud

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Seth Gunnells, Jenaba Sow, Raymond Luu, and Nathan Sepulveda discuss some of misconceptions around what it takes to enter the software development field and what it takes to be good at it.


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Conclusion

If you are reading this and you have never dabbled in Developer Advocacy and it interests you, I encourage you to start learning the craft today.

Let the work of your fellow developer inspire you to find new and exciting ways to share your knowledge and hopefully impact those around you.

It was an honor to work alongside each of these developers throughout the 12-weeks of the Asurion Developer Advocacy Program and I look forward to working alongside them in the future.

You never know what you can accomplish until you put your mind to it!

All the Best,

Bradston Henry


Special Thanks to Kyle Smith for helping to visually design this post!

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