Re-Building a “Dead” Tech Community

Tips and lessons about rebuilding a dormant tech community. In this example, a Ruby on Rails meetup group

Writing Technical Blog Posts About Coding Projects

Sharing knowledge with technical blog posts helps everyone in our developer communities. In this post, we review some of the differences when writi...

Working on a Multi-language Team

Working on a multi-language team can be both challenging and rewarding. Here are a few things I've learned.

Lessons Learned After Two Years of Virtual Tech Conferences

Since the start of worldwide lockdowns in March 2020, we've been forced to create and implement best practices for online technical conferences on ...

Looking Back: My Pandemic Story

The last year and a half have brought changes none of us have anticipated. Taking time to reflect on what's actually happened in my own family is i...

My First Month in DevRel

Amanda is completing one month working as a developer advocate at Vonage. She shares some insights on what the journey has been like so far and som...

Taking Time for Yourself, Code-Wise

What makes a good SDK? This post discusses places to be more modern and agile, and updates we have made to provide a better UX for the Vonage SDKs.

The Ultimate DevRel Guide To Travel

Discover the ultimate travel tips and hacks, to make your travel more fun and bearable, from an award-winning team that is always on the move.

7 Tips to Incorporate Wellness into Your Hackathon

7 simple things you can do to incorporate wellness into your hackathon, whether you’re running a small internal hackathon or one with thousands of ...

Hello World from the Growing Nexmo Developer Relations Team

We’ve had a Developer Relations team at Nexmo since day one. The team generally consisted of Tim Lytle, vehemently representing and engaging with d...