Nashville, Tennessee, United States
I create a positive Developer Experience (DX) for companies that want to get the attention of developers.
Whether you create libraries, frameworks, plugins, or IDEs, if your company sells its products or concepts to developers, you need to be aware of "Developer Experience".
DX is more than just showing up with T-Shirts at a hack-a-thon. It's more than having the coolest sticker available. It's more than sponsoring the drinks at every conference you can find. DX is the mindset that developers are important to your company. By constantly improving your DX, you signal to developers around the world that you are a thought-leader, not a bartender. Pay attention to Developer Experience and developers will pay attention to you.
I create a positive Developer Experience for companies.
I help companies speak Geek.