where thought leaders discuss the future of developer marketing and developer relations
Access exclusive resources to
help navigate the most challenging period
Since 2016, the Future Developer Summit is aiming at creating a community event where developer marketing and relations leaders debate best practices, learn and design better developer strategies.
While 2020 is challenging industries, business and individuals significantly, the Future Developer Summit is determined to turn this into an enhanced learning opportunity for the developer marketing and relations community.
Traditionally invite-only on-site gathering, this year the Summit opens its doors to all developer marketing professionals and enthusiasts for a remote edition of the event!
While the registration is complimentary for all attendees, we invite you to voluntarily contribute to a cause working towards shaping the future of the developer communities! 100% of donations will go to the Black Girls Code organisation.
Disclaimer alert! This is not a series of webinar-like presentations. The Future Developer Summit is an interactive virtual event, where you, together with industry peers, will be able to learn and connect through top-notch event platforms and tools.
Empowering the Developer Relations & Marketing Community
You will join a community of developer marketing and relations thought leaders to share experiences on:
how to design developer personas
how to engage open source developers
how to create world-class documentation
how to build live streaming communities and
how to put together a world-class a dev relations team
The 5th Future Developer Summit will bring together everyone in developer relations, marketing and platforms to debate on developer challenges, business models, community standards, and best practices for releasing code.
For the first time, this year the Summit will be designed around 2 tracks: Open Source and DevOps.
WHAT PEOPLE SAID
I met some awesome people, derived practical and useful knowledge, and felt a lot of love from folks who listened to my talk. You created a wonderful, safe environment that allowed for a real, candid conversation. I think the focus on D&I was a major factor in this.
Tim Falls, Digital Ocean