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Developer Communities:
How & where to engage with developers

An inside look at what developers want, need and expect

Developer Communities: How and where to engage with developers

In this collaborative Session, SlashData will be talking about developer communities, sharing the latest available insights from our global survey. We’ll be looking at where developers go to seek information, what types of information they’re looking for, and the support and interaction they expect from the community and vendors. Stack Overflow will present how to use developer community activity to define opportunity and how Collectives addresses developers’ needs.

​Who is it for?

Anyone who wants to better understand and address developers’ needs. If you’re interested in how developers form communities, what they look for and how they look for information, this Session is for you.

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Title: Developer Communities: How and where to engage with developers

Speakers: Christina Voskoglou, Senior Director of Research, SlashData

David Gibson, Senior Data Analyst,

Stack Overflow

Available on: October 27, 2021 - LIVE

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What you will learn

  • Insights on developers’ needs and preferences from the Developer Nation survey

  • Where developers go to seek information

  • What types of information they’re looking for

  • The support and interaction they expect from the community and vendors

  • How to use developer community activity to define opportunity 

  • How developers search for tags and insights

How developer resources offerings have been impacted due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

What are the headcount and budget (and how to justify the budget to upper management) for developer marketing, developer relations, and developer tooling activities.

Estimate the value each onboarded developer brings to your organisation.

Meet the

Christina Voskoglou
Senior Director of Research, SlashData 

Christina is responsible for all SlashData’s research products and heads the analyst and product teams. With more than 20 years of experience in data science (even before that was a term!), data teams and products, she leads all research for SlashData, from product design to research methodology and insight generation.

David Gibson
Senior Data Analyst, Stack Overflow 

David is the Senior Data Analyst on the Marketing team. He is responsible for all things data and prides himself on bridging the gap between business and data science.

Meet the


Meet the


Richard Muir
Data Journalist 

Richard is a Data Journalist with over five years’ experience working in a range of industries, from government policy to automotive. He is responsible for finding and interpreting actionable insights from SlashData’s developer surveys.

What you missed

October 2021

How and where to engage with developers

A collaborative session with Stack Overflow


July 2021

The inside view on running a Developer Program

Results from the Developer Program Leaders survey

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