Meghan Murphy

Founder

DevFluency

The case for being non-technical person in developer relations – and why AI is going to make it even more critical

When you think of the skillsets needed in the field of developer relations, technical skills like coding and product development come to mind quickly. In reality, it’s the soft skills, marketing, community engagement, and business aptitude that accelerate developer relations professionals in their careers. It’s also the key skills that can ensure the developer customer is served the best experience possible. With AI impacting all of our work from the tools we use to the tools we sell, soft skills will become even more critical as our jobs change. This session will explore the other side of developer relations and the recommended skills to level up on in the coming years.

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