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LiveCast: Developer Empathy
Understand your developers and their needs

Join us for this hour-long event to better augment your API onboarding experience, and improve your marketing focus with data-driven developer insights.

With better empathy for developer users, comes better understanding, and healthier communities. Discover the techniques to give developers a quick head start with lucid guidelines and step-by-step API onboarding processes. Viewing the economy as a whole is helpful for understanding programming trends and developer personas. We'll share fact-based developer knowledge guided by over 30,000 survey responses.

Greater developer understanding fueled by strong evidence-based analysis will help API architects and product managers understand the differences between API and non API developer communities, and refine their API-first strategy to these nuanced needs.

Nordic APIs LiveCasts are entirely free to attend. We welcome attendees to view in realtime so they can ask questions. Nordic APIs Editor in Chief Bill Doerrfeld will introduce the LiveCast and lead Q&A discussion between lightning sessions.

This event is free to attend. We will record it and publish it to YouTube the day after the event.

Oct 14, 2020 09:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Adam DuVander
Principal Consultant @EveryDeveloper
Adam DuVander is an API veteran, developer communicator, and principal consultant at EveryDeveloper. He was the first editor of ProgrammableWeb, which TechCrunch called “the journal of the API economy,” and is a frequent speaker on developer experience and developer marketing. His work with developer-focused companies helps to better engage their audiences. You can find his technical content on Wired, Zapier, and SendGrid, among many others. Adam lives with his family in Portland, Oregon.
Christina Voskoglou
Senior Research Director @SlashData
I am passionate about bridging the chasm of understanding between companies and their customers – whether consumers or developers – through data and research. My life’s mission is to try to make the world a slightly better place, even in an infinitesimal way, by advancing fact-based knowledge, promoting understanding and cooperation between communities. I have a long track record of more than 20 years of research innovation, advocating data science techniques and leading the setup of algorithm-based decision making processes and systems (such as recommendation systems) in large organizations before they were widely known or acceptable and even before ‘data science’ was a term. I have built from scratch several data teams, leading them to produce sophisticated customer and developer research that answers the ‘why’ and not just the ‘what’.