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Hey all. Last year in November, I joined to help create the Developer Relations (DevRel) team. I wasn't very loud about it at the time, but I'm excited to announce that I'm looking for people to join me on the team! If you're interested in helping developers build and deploy their apps, this might be the role for you.

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The pithy thing to say here would be "Uber for Heroku" or something, but that really sells short. is a public cloud that makes it easy to run your applications close to your users. I've been a user since I deployed XeDN and honestly, it's been the most magical deployment experience I've had since I started experimenting with Heroku's free tier in high school. I've been an advocate for since before I was an employee, and I'm excited to be able to help other developers get the same experience I've had.

This job is something close to 20% dev and 80% rel. There's an internal team that is more focused on the developer side of things and we're mostly focused on the relations to developers outside of language/framework-specific communities. We want to break past the Hacker News demographic and get closer to the mainstream. We're looking for people who are excited about helping developers succeed and people who want to help us build a team that is focused on that. If developers succeed, we all succeed.

Here's a run-down of what the last few months have been like for me:

Want to join me?

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Keep in mind that I'll be reviewing your applications. Impress me. 😄

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