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How Developers Stay up to Date in 2022

by | Thu 20 Oct 2022

Developers are a really important demographic for a lot of companies. Front-end, back-end, QA, cloud architects, mobile devs…every tech company needs clarity on how to engage with developers.

But…how do you know how developers like to stay up to date? How can you be a voice in the places they are listening?…

…well, I reached out to my friends at SlashData and they shared some super-interesting 2022 data that shines a light on how thousands of developers have chosen how to stay up to date.

I not only walk through this 2022 to help you to make sense of it…but I also provide some super-practical recommendations of how you can build engagement with developers TODAY.

You should definitely check this out if you are:

  • Wanting to engage more effectively with developers…
  • Want to better understand developer habits and interests…
  • Want to reduce the amount of content that doesn’t get seen…
  • Want to optimize your overall developer engagement and developer relations…

Check it out:

Also, be sure to check out my other video sharing the 2022 data for how developers like to learn and problem-solve here:

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