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crtr0 / devrel_faq.md
Last active Dec 31, 2019
Developer Evangelism FAQ
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Q: What are the specific goals of developer relations?

There's no simple answer here, but I like to think of developer advocacy/evangelism/relations/etc as an extension of one (or more) of your company's core functions: product, sales, marketing and support. When I was a developer evangelist at Twilio, my team supported the Marketing org, so the team goals aligned with Marketing goals (driving signups).

Often you'll encounter a team of "Developer Advocates". The Google Chrome org has a team of Developer Advocates for example. These folks tend to align more with the Product organization, and their goals/metrics likewise align with the broader goals/metrics of the Product org.

Q: How do you measure it?

You can use the baseline metrics associated with your functional groups (i.e. top of funnel signups for Marketing) and then layer on metrics that capture the impact that the team is having in isolation from the overall organization. Example: developers who signed-up for your product because an evangelist

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// book keeping so that we can easily animate the two hands for the watchface
// .scale/.angle are updated by tween/event handler (see below)
var renderState = {
minute: {style: 'white', scale: 0.80, angle: 0},
hour: {style: 'red', scale: 0.51, angle: 0}
};
// helper function for the draw function (see below)
// extracted as a standalone function to satisfy common believe in efficient JS code
// TODO: verify that this has actually any effect on byte code level
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Last active Aug 29, 2015
BBS Story
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The house wasn't the same to her any more. Physically, not many changes were made by the new owners. The roof still had that deep shade of red, but some shingles have been replaced with black ones, marring the uniformity. The porch was still dusty as usual. "Can't keep that wind blowing the factory soot into houses," she thought to herself. She looked around at the windows on the second floor, wondering if the tree branches were still in the same place as when she was younger. She could just climb in. No luck. The oak had been cut down, the only remaining feature a dark weathered stump to the left of the house.

She hoped that nobody was at home. She just needed to get into the basement, if there still was a basement. It had been popular to fill in basements with cement to stop people like her from taking advantage of people's houses. The government called them tunnelers - experts in geo-engineering who dug their way into the palace and held up

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