A look inside Appcelerator Developer Relations

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Editors Note: This is the first part in a series on Developer Relations at Appcelerator and the people behind the team. The Appcelerator Developer Relations team is an amazing group of people from around the world. All of them are former software engineers. A few have authored books and most of them have made contributions to multiple Open Source projects. So what do we do? For the most part we answer technical questions (via Twitter and Q&A), write code examples, create sample applications and write tutorials and documentation. We’re responsible for helping developers build great applications as well as advocating on the community’s behalf by promoting their needs back to the Platform Engineering teams. We also somehow find the time to run twice monthly Webcasts. We’re also responsible for Developer Center, The Wiki, Q&A, the Developer Blog, and initiatives like our Titan’s Program and DevLink. What else do we do? We’ve provided technical speakers for events like: J and Beyond, MobileMarch Twin Cities, Web Directions Unplugged, Open Web Camp, Startup Weekend and many more. We also participate and provide technical leadership at various Hackathons and Mobile Workshops. You can check out our Event Calendar for events happening near you. How to reach us If you really need to get in contact with us, please follow us on Twitter. We’re easily located as @appcelerator. Alternatively we also hang out on IRC. Server: irc.freenode.net Channel: #appcelerator Channel: #titanium_app Channel: #titanium_dev We hope that part 1 of this series provides you a little bit of insight as to what we do as a team. Next up in the series is meeting the various team members. Until then Codestrong
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