In this week’s episode, literal developer rockstar Dylan Beattie joins me on DevEducate to talk about writing parody songs for developers, handling live performances at conferences, and creative ways to incorporate music into developer content and education.
This week Dale Meredith, cybersecurity expert and recovering Batman addict, joins me on the show to talk about how to engage developers with “edutrainment”, how to work in branding with developer content and education, and why he owns a business named Wayne Enterprises.
This week on DevEducate, Jason Alba joins me to discuss evergreen content – what it is, what it's good for, how it applies to different formats, and why it's not really the panacea you'd expect it to be.
This is a short interstitial episode featuring some past notes from the DevEd Test Kitchen that elaborate on some thoughts I've had about what DevEd means and why it's critical for product adoption. Listen to Episode
This week on DevEducate, Erik Dietrich joins me to discuss what we need to think about when creating an effective developer content program.
What does it take to get started recording professional video content? In this episode, Xavier Morera joins me to share his journey to becoming a full-time Pluralsight author and what ultimately led to building his own recording studio – and what Vin Diesel has to do with it.
What makes effective developer education? Joe Eames joins me to explore how to create more effective learning content that ultimately helps your product get adopted faster by developers.
In the inaugural episode of the DevEducate podcast, I invited Todd Gardner (co-founder of TrackJS) to come on the show and talk about how he approached marketing and educating developers to grow his two developer tooling SaaS products.