The Future of Open-source Development DevRelConf: Developer Relational Conference
Today the market is not based on simple code and algorithms, from the past years it has grown over many terms and the industry is moving toward an industry which is predominantly customer based and relations attained.
“One doesn’t close a sale, it opens up a relationship if there is long-term and successful goal in play” – Warren Buffett
A conference for people who build developer communities and developer experiences. Join professionals from across the world to learn and share how to build developer communities and products that developers love.
A place filled with developer relations, community, marketing, and developer experience talks and networking. Whether you’re building APIs, tools, communities or a developer go-to-market plan you can get DevRelCon.
Devrelconf provides developers, tech enthusiast, and tech evangelist to come across and provide a platform to showcase their idea to the individual of the same and would help to bring it the innovation.
No Boundaries: There’s is no foundation for the idea and it’s application and reference, a developer is like a feature factory and works majorly on the following steps in a Developer Relation Conference :
Teams do not measure the impact of their work. Or, if measurement happens, it is done in isolation by the team and selectively shared. There is no measure of the central idea or the schematics.
No tweaking: Once work is “done”, the team moves immediately onto the next “project”, leaving no time to iterate based on qualitative and quantitative data.
The large number of ideas and data that flows in general or the given around the metrics of the larger idea to grow into something which can actually generate revenue to the core.
The aim of the conference is to provide local software developers a buffet of tools, practices, and principles applicable to tackling current challenges in the Mauritian software development environment. From keeping up to date with the latest technologies and trends to tackling the challenges of working in large enterprise systems – it’s a buffet of experiences, ideas and pragmatic advice as well as an opportunity to connect with peers across the industry.