Build the very best developer workflow and relations into your organization and community.

Developer Workflow and Relations

At the heart of building an effective developer community, either inside or outside an organization are two things – great workflow and great developer relations. Doing this right makes a huge difference in engagement, participation, output, and overall developer satisfaction.

I have spent my entire career working with organizations and communities to build productive yet simple workflow and thoughtful and engaging developer relations. This is complex work: it involves identifying different developer roles, pulling together infrastructure, weaving in slim but effective process, methodologies, and engagement, and putting a full developer relations strategy behind it all.

Areas of Focus

Here are some examples areas in which we can focus to get your developer workflow and relations as efficient and effective as possible.

Developer Workflow

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Code Hosting

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Code Submission and Review

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Bug/Issue Tracking and Management

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Continuous Integration

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Community Channels and Conduct

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Documentation, Knowledge, and Support

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Translations and Localization

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Developer Relations and Outreach

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Outreach and Developer Growth

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Mentoring Programs

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Tracking Growth and Success

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Social Media, Video, Blogging, and Podcasting

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Reputation, Gamification, and Incentive Structures

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Standards, Conventions, and Processes

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Events, Hackathons, and More

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Build The Best

Quality

I take great pride in my work. I want all of my clients to feel our work together is both an investment in their organization and the foundation of a fruitful relationship. I want my clients to be happy, satisfied, and feel that I am not just helping their organizations, but also building the internal community muscle and effectiveness of their organizations. As such, I take the quality of my work very seriously. There are no half-measures here, no platitudes to get you to sign on the dotted line. If I don't think I can help you, I won't take your business. As part of this, I have a Quality Charter (shown to the right) that outlines this commitment to great service.

My Commitment

  • I will always act in the best interests of your organization and your goals.
  • I will always provide you with thoughtful, focused, and competent service.
  • I will always provide frank, honest, and respectful feedback, even if sometimes difficult to hear.
  • I will always seek feedback, both good and bad, so I can be the best I can be.

Let’s Talk

If you would like to talk more about building productive developer workflow, or anything else I can help with, simply fill in the form over there and I will be in touch. Alternatively, call me on +1 415-658-1738 or email me at jono@jonobacon.org

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