Developer Relations Conference

We just hosted our 16th annual Developer Relations Conference held on March 9th and 10th, 2020, at The Westin San Jose that included full days of fantastic keynotes, speakers, interactive sessions, luncheons, a reception and wonderful networking opportunities.

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07Jul

Microsoft Teams Dominates Remote Team Platforms Among Software Developers

Santa Cruz, CALIF. (July 1, 2020) – According to Evans Data’s recently released Global Development Survey report, 54.7% of developers worldwide use Microsoft’s Teams for remote development colla... Read More →
06May

Application Developers Neglecting Internal Security Standards to Meet Demanding Release Cycles

Santa Cruz, CALIF. (April 30, 2020) - Deploying an application without proper security features was cited as the “worst thing they could do” by 27% of developers and IT managers surveyed for the n... Read More →
31Mar

Report Finds Ill-Targeted Messaging as Biggest “Pet Peeve” in Developer Marketing

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Report Finds Ill-Targeted Messaging as Biggest “Pet Peeve” in Developer Marketing Santa Cruz, CALIF. (March 31, 2020) – Marketing professionals are missing the mark with d... Read More →
02Mar

Evans Data Developer Relations Conference to Proceed as Planned

Organizers Working to Promote Healthy Event Environment San Jose, CALIF. (March 2, 2020) – With the 16th Annual Developer Relations Conference only one week away, organizers are continuing with the ... Read More →
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1OCT

Demystifying Developer Personas

On first look, software developers appear to be a more distinct and well-defined market segment than most others, which should make it easier to market to them. It’s always simpler to create messaging and positioning for a target market that is uniform and cohesive than it is for a very diverse market. And so developers give the appearance of being easy to market to; but is it that cut and dry? Read More →

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