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Future Developer Summit in 10 pictures

maxkatz profile image Max Katz Originally published at maxkatz.org on ・3 min read

On September 24-25 I attended the Future Developer Summit in Menlo Park, CA. It’s an event where about 60+ leaders discuss the future of developer marketing and developer relations. Here are pictures from the event. _I created collages so you will see more than 10 pictures 😉

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Willie Tejada from IBM shared that top-bottom approach is being replaced with bottom-up approach where management grants permission and developers make decisions

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Lori Fraleigh from Samsung shared diversity journey

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Leandro Margulis from TomTom shared what they learned from building an inclusive developer community

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Successes and failures from 4 developer programs leaders with Diego Moreira (Facebook), Tim Falls (Digital Ocean), Leandro Margulis (TomTom), Lori Fraleigh (Samsung). Moderated by Moschoula Kramvousanou (Slash Data)

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Diane Prescott from Microsoft shared how to be relevant to developers regardless of age

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Michael Carraz from Slash Data shared the latest developer trends from their research. Above Michael is showing what core program features organizations should offer by region

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Luke Kilpatrick from Nutanix shared this statistics that hows the growing developer influence

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Francisco Romero from Amadeus IT group shared how they built a new developer program

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Sid Maestre from Xero shared how they put together a developer roadshow

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Successes and failures from 5 developer programs leaders with: Sara Chipps (Stackoverflow), Nick Schwartz (Banco Santader), Amanda Whaley (Cisco), Jarred Keneally & Cassie Divine (Intuit), Ellie Powers (Slack)

Here are a few more pictures (because why not). These pictures show the new edition of Developer Marketing + Relations book and some interesting data from Slash Data.

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2nd edition of Developer Marketing + Relations book

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What developer program leaders do all day

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The millions dollar question

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Developer programs and priorities

Overall it was a great event (I will have notes posted soon). It was small (about 60 people), this means you can meet almost everyone. I hope to be back next year.

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