CMX Series San Francisco - Developer Evangelism and Communities

Jan 15, 2015 · San Francisco, United States of America
Join us for a CMX Series on Developer Evangelism and Communities
Date: Wednesday - January 14, 2014
Time: 6:00-9:00 p.m. (Beer, Wine, and Pizza/Salad Provided)
Location: Galvanize - 543 Howard Street, San Francisco, CA

This event will explore the fast growing field of Developer Evangelism, with talks from three of the biggest leaders in the space. 

They've each spent the last 5-10 years developing strategies for engaging and building developer communities, which they'll be sharing with you here.
This event is for developer evangelists, founders, community professionals and any company building developer facing products who are interested in learning how to engage and build a community of developers for your platform.

It's also a great opportunity for job seekers or anyone looking to hire developer evangelists and developers.

Tickets start at only $10 and include pizza, salad and drinks. But space is strictly limited to keep the event intimate. So don't wait, it will fill up as usual.
6:00pm-7:00pm:  Networking, Pizza/Appetizers, Beer/Wine
7:00pm-7:15pm:  Tim Falls (
7:15pm-7:30pm:  Sarah Jane Morris (Mashery)
7:30pm-7:45pm:  Andrew Mager (SmartThings)
7:45pm-8:00pm: Open Q&A with speakers

8:00pm-9:00pm:  More Networking


Tim Falls - VP of Community,

I'm passionate about community. I like to help people and bring them together to help each other. 
I consider a community to be an environment where people connect around commonalities and provide each other mutual value through rich, fun, and rewarding interactions. I do what I can to create such experiences for those around me.I believe that hustle will always prevail and relationships mean everything in life and in business.

Sarah Jane Morris - Developer Community Manager, Mashery

 Sarah-Jane Morris has been in software and developer marketing and community for the last 10 years, focusing on developer communities for the last 5. In Montreal, she built out iPerceptions’ 4Q customer satisfaction survey tool community from 0 to 10,000 front-end developers in its first year, and established an early stage developer community at Context.IO, the missing email API. Now that’s she’s in SF, SJ manages Intel Mashery’s API Network of 342,000 developers, and walks her massive pug around the Lower Haight. 


Andrew Mager - Developer Evangelist, SmartThings

 Hacking the full stack at SmartThings. Previously at Spotify, CNET, and ESPN.


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