In episode 17 of Developer Love, Patrick speaks with Sam Ramji of DataStax. They discuss Sam’s extensive career in technology, tactics for building developer tools with user competency in mind, and practicing kindness as an intentional philosophy.
In episode 16 of Developer Love, Patrick speaks with Robby Russell of Planet Argon. They discuss tactics for addressing technical debt, navigating large changes in teams, and setting boundaries with projects to avoid burnout.
In episode 15 of Developer Love, Patrick speaks with Shawn “Swyx” Wang of Temporal. They discuss divorcing your identity from your work, transparency in developer marketing, and the merits of learning in public.
In episode 14 of Developer Love, Patrick speaks with Tracy Lee of This Dot Labs. They discuss the prevalence of online events, nurturing communities within remote orgs, and providing opportunities for underrepresented groups in tech.
In episode 13 of Developer Love, Patrick speaks with Rosie Sherry of Indie Hackers. They discuss tools for organizing online events, practicing collaboration without ownership, and fostering inclusivity within communities.
In episode 12 of Developer Love, Patrick speaks with Ceci Stallsmith and Paige Paquette of Calyx Consulting. They discuss the attributes of high-level platform strategies, driving product adoption, and building communities around products.
In episode 11 of Developer Love, Patrick speaks with David Heinemeier Hansson of Basecamp about the creation of Ruby on Rails, universal themes of scarcity vs. abundance, building meaningful products, and nurturing healthy communities.
In episode 10 of Developer Love, Patrick speaks with James Tamplin of Covid Act Now. James shares insights from his many startup experiences, the challenges of building communities, and what he believes drives the adoption of developer tools.
In episode 9 of Developer Love, Patrick Woods speaks with Jeff Atwood of Discourse. They discuss the evolution of civil discourse on the internet, moderating forum software, and the collaborative nature of programming.
In episode 8 of Developer Love, Patrick speaks with Jana Boruta of HashiCorp. Jana details her learnings as a global events planner and the hurdles that have arisen while transitioning from hosting live, in-person events to digital conferences.
In episode 7 of Developer Love, Patrick Woods and Kin Lane of Postman unpack how the API evangelism landscape has changed over the years. They also discuss Kin’s career educating developers through writing and storytelling.
In episode 6 of Developer Love, Patrick speaks with Tim O’Reilly of O’Reilly Media. They unpack the enormous influence Tim has had on the web, updating our mental models around technology, and the rise of commercial open source.
In episode 5 of Developer Love, Patrick Woods speaks with Knut Melvær of Sanity.io. They discuss building developer tools, promoting psychological safety, and nurturing connections within the DevRel community.
In episode 4 of Developer Love, Patrick speaks with Nicolas Grenié of Typeform. They explore the unique role DevRel plays in partnerships, driving creativity with self-imposed constraints, and no-code tools for developers.
In episode 3 of Developer Love, Patrick speaks with Peggy Rayzis. They discuss her role leading the developer experience team at Apollo, empathy and how it relates to scaling, and the global pivot to virtual events.
In episode 2 of Developer Love, Patrick speaks with Joyce Lin of Postman. They discuss nurturing inclusivity in tech, adapting to virtual events, technology agnosticism, and Joyce’s journey into DevRel.
In this inaugural episode of Developer Love, Patrick Woods speaks with Brian Douglas of GitHub. They discuss the developer advocate role, leveraging open source knowledge, and improving inclusivity within communities.