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Evans Data Developer Relations Conference 2017 – March 27-28 – Palo Alto, CA
The 13th annual Evans Data Developer Relations Conference (DRC2017) will take place on March 27 & 28 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Palo Alto California. This conference is an event unlike any other, where developer relations experts from leading companies in the software, hardware, telecom and web markets come together to discuss best practices and reveal the techniques behind their success! Topics will cover all aspects of developer relations, ranging from the business side (program ROI, the connection between developer programs and company revenue, budgeting for/costs of developer programs, how to get an organization’s commitment of internal resources, etc.) to the marketing side (techniques for recruitment, awareness tactics, community loyalty building programs, legal/privacy and global privacy considerations, conducting a privacy audit, internationalizing a US-based developer program, etc), and much more. Whether you are starting a new developer relations program or building on a current one, you deserve all of the help you can get – and this is the place to get it!
Developer Relations Conference – Keynote Speakers
DRC2017 keynote speakers include:
|Willie M. Tejada
IBM Chief Developer Advocate
IBM Digital Business Group
Director Developer Program
VP Global Head Developer Relations
Head of Engineering, Developer Platform
Who will attend
Attendees come from global, enterprise and industry segments including registrants coming from the top software, hardware, telecom, cloud, IoT, device, brick & mortal, automotive, financial services, Internet and media companies. At the DRC2017 you will network with and learn from
- VPs, CTOs, and CEOs
- Business Development Managers & Directors
- Managers & Directors of Developer Programs
- Product Marketing Managers & Directors
- Marketing Managers
- Technology & Developer Evangelists
- Products Managers
- Research Managers
- Corporate Communications Managers
- Heads of Developer Marketing
- ANYONE who deals with developers!
Developer Relations Conference Registration is Now Open!
You can take advantage of the Super Early Bird registration pricing for yourself and members of your team. Registration details are available at https://evansdata.com/drc/2017/register.php
You can view the two days of keynote and breakout sessions on the schedule at a glance page. The session slots also include Hot Topic Roundtables, The Data Game and new for the 2017 conference – “Pitch your Program” Ignite Talks.
Have you ever been or given an Ignite Talk? Ignite talks are 5 minute talks using 20 slides that advance every 15 seconds. Developer Relations Conference registrants can sign up on advance to take part in this fast paced session. You can find addition information and example ignite talks on the Ignite Talks web site. Presenters will be judged by conference attendees and will win prices.
Developer Relations Boot Camp – Sunday March 26 9am – 4:40pm
The Evans Data Corporation’s Developer Relations Boot Camp provides a solid foundation on which you can build or enhance your developer program. Concentrated sessions in this one-day instructional program provide the insight and actionable information you can use to build your brand and establish strong relationships with your developer community.
The combination of an experienced boot camp faculty and Evans Data developer research will guide:
- careful consideration regarding the reasons why developers seek out and contribute to developer programs
- the most effective means of reaching out to them
- how you can leverage social media to greatest effect.
At the end of the day you will leave with a certificate of completion as well as the knowledge and confidence to create, enhance and run a world class developer program.
You can register for the Boot Camp or add it to your developer relations conference registration – https://evansdata.com/drc/2017/register.php
See you next March!
David Intersimone “David I”
Vice President of Developer Communities
Evans Data Corporation