There’s a wealth of books out there that can inform our practice of developer relations. But which books are most useful?
The DevRel Book Club welcomes one DevRel professional each month to share a book that has impacted their career and practice for the positive.
Join Matthew Revell and Ramón Huidobro for the live stream of each book club, where you can take part directly, or catch up with past episodes by watching the videos or subscribing to the podcast.
Tribal Leadership with Lian Li
Loft Lab’s Lian Li shares ‘Tribal Leadership: Leveraging Natural Groups To Build A Thriving Organization’, in DevRel Book Club.
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Find the transcript and more at https://developerrelations.com
Engineering Management for the Rest of Us (with Amy Mbaegbu)
In this episode of DevRel Book Club, Adyen's Amy Mbaegbu shares Sarah Drasner's ‘Engineering Management for the Rest of Us’.
The Cambridge Handbook of Computing Education Research with Joe Nash
Developer education is an increasingly important area of developer relations. Joe Nash shares an academic text that can help us level up how we approach developer education in DevRel.
Laziness Does not Exist with Jessica Rose
Jessica Rose shares how the book Laziness Does not Exist has impacted her approach to work and DevRel.
Quiet with Bekah Hawrot Weigel
Bekah Hawrot Weigel shares how Susan Cain's book on the power of introverts has influenced her career in developer relations.
Badass: making users awesome, with Erin McKean
Open source documentarian Erin McKean shares how Kathy Sierra's work has influenced her approach to both product development and developer education.