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    Fighting COVID-19 with collective industry effort

    SlashData to join the Fellowship19 initiative
    As a developer economy analyst firm, SlashData is a mediator between the developer population and the network of thought leaders in developer marketing and developer relations. Our primary aim is to help the world understand developers and developers understand the world. Such a role enables us to see the immense value in communities, and what power the tech industry as a community can generate to continuously drive itself forward.

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    How we work remotely at /Data

    I was reminded the other day how lucky we are at /Data to be designed as a remote-first company. The social distancing taking effect in most countries as of March 2020 and work from home policies is something that has been business as usual for us since the outset. In this post, I wanted to document openly how we work remotely at /Data, for the benefit of all business owners who are trying to figure out how to apply remote work policies.

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    6 reasons to be part of the Future Developer Summit

    We’re currently on countdown mode. The Future Developer Summit is coming on April 7-8 to help developer marketing and relations leaders engage open-source developers. But to us and our participants, it’s more than that. We are not just creating an event unlike the rest. We are creating a community of handpicked professionals who work together … Continue reading 6 reasons to be part of the Future Developer Summit

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    Under the Hood of Developer Marketing | Transcript | Developers are your competitive advantage with Adam FitzGerald

    In this episode, we welcome Adam FitzGerald to talk about not only the value of the community as a whole – and as a competitive advantage – but we look deeper, into the value a single, incremental developer can add to your developer program.
    This is a transcript of the audio episode from our podcast. You can listen to the episode here.

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