Appsembler is excited to announce its Community Partnership with SlashData, the leading analyst firm in the developer marketing industry. Through this partnership, both organizations aim to advance developer marketing and relations industry—helping companies and organizations to align marketing with the developer persona and build hands-on, educational product experiences for their developer communities.
Coming up is SlashData’s Future Developer Summit, a 4-episodes series aimed at bringing developer marketing and developer relations leaders together to share best practices and discuss the future of the developer marketing category.
SlashData has organized the Future Developer Summit for 5 years. Previous Future Developer Summits have explored how to build world-class developer relations teams, how to design developer personas, how to engage open source developers, and how to create exceptional developer documentation—all aspects of how to advance developer marketing. The upcoming episode, scheduled for June 9th (register here), will focus on how developer communities build and create business value.
Register for the June 9th summit (free passes available) to discover:
- How do developer communities boost corporate performance
- How developers are influencing business decisions
- Building effective communication channels with developers
Seats are limited, so grab your community or thought leader pass before they run out!
And as part of Appsembler’s partnership with SlashData, registrants will automatically get a 30% discount off of SlashData’s category-defining book, Developer Marketing and Relations: The Essential Guide 3rd Edition. The book includes chapters from several developer marketing thought leaders at Accenture, Arm, Atlassian, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Nutanix, Oracle, Qualcomm, Samsung, SalesForce, SAP, Unity, Visa and VMWare, and a foreword by the Head of Worldwide Developer Marketing for Amazon Web Services. The book collects insights from a generation of thought leaders within the developer marketing field, sharing them to the benefit of all who are working, or planning to work, in the developer marketing industry as it takes off.
All book profits are donated to organizations that support coding, which helps to shape and build the future of software development. Additionally, event registrants will receive exclusive resources and perks brought to you by SlashData and event partners such as Appsembler.