At Codemotion, we're big fans of developer communities and community management. We support community-led side events at our conferences and we've created an events portal where anyone can post an upcoming event. But at a time when a lot of events … Read more
The Community Manager is specialized in creating and managing online communities, is able to establish the strategies and coordinate the activities focused on the company's social media (fanbase growth, maintenance, engagement, etc.).
The Community Manager is able to manage tools and services for social media management and he usually collaborate with community moderators, copywriters and other Digital Marketing professionals who may be involved for each project.
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Table Of ContentsPyRoma and Diango Girls communitiesBeing a Tech Community ManagerDiversity in Tech CommunitiesWhy and how to become a Community ManagerPyRoma: the success of a tech community Fiorella de Luca is community leader of the PyRoma … Read more
Table Of ContentsSocial Presence of My CommunityDifferent Tools, Different ApproachesResearch Your TargetSet Your Goals and MetricsMeasuring Impact and Optimizing ResultsRecommendations Managing a community includes a lot of things, from writing … Read more
Table Of ContentsCodemotion Community Platform: how to Create your Community PageCommunity Page and Community Leader approvalsCommunity Management and InsightsEdit your Community informationChange your community nameAdd or change a city to your … Read more
Whether your role is called Developer Relations, Community Manager or Developer Experience or Something Evangelist, it’s a role that involves getting showcasing and celebrating the best of a brand while supporting empower the devs that use your … Read more
Table Of ContentsReactive Amsterdam CommunityBeing a Tech Community ManagerDiversity in Tech CommunitiesWhy and how to become a Community ManagerThe success of a tech community Fabio Tiriticco is a software engineer, conference speaker and … Read more
Table Of ContentsTechnology Radar: monitoring trends in real tech lifeBYORWhen data tells a story Every developer knows how hard it is to keep up with new technologies. Tools and practices are moving at breakneck speed, it’s impossible to stay … Read more
Milan is a hotbed of community groups, building developing schools in English and Italian. We spoke to some of those involved to find out about the challenges, opportunities, and what insights they have to share with others interested in starting … Read more
WrocławJUG, or Wrocław Java User Group, is a group of programmers, architects and Java enthusiasts based in Poland. The goal of this tech Community is to deepen the knowledge, get to know new technologies, frameworks and methods of application … Read more
Hello Fabio, you are the one who brought the Angular community to Rome! You are also the one who talked about refactoring an application during one of the #AperiTech meetups. Could you tell us more about this? Exactly: on that occasion, lasting a … Read more
Hello Marco. You’re an active member of many tech communities in Rome. First of all, let’s take a deep dive into Graph Analytics. Could you tell us more about it? Of course! The basic idea is very simple. We've decided to collect all the data from … Read more
Hello Marco. Some time ago you presented one of your talks “Write once, debug everywhere”. Could you tell us a little bit more about it? Through talking to people in the community chat, a request emerged to have a closer look at the debugging … Read more
Hello Matteo, you are the community leader of RomaJS and you are also a speaker at Codemotion conferences. For whose who don’t know you, could you tell us a bit about yourself? My name is Matteo Manchi, I am the CEO at Advance, a consulting … Read more
Why should a software company adopt open governance? In particular, what are the reasons to do that during the process of joining together two software companies that are similar, but with specific differences? At Codemotion Rome 2019, CEO and … Read more
Don Goodman-Wilson is developer advocate for the Europe, Middle East and Africa regions at GitHub. But what is the difference between being an advocate and an evangelist? “Evangelism for me is very much a one-way communication. It’s me shouting from … Read more
Alessandro Cinelli (also known as Cirpo) is currently working in London as engineering manager at DAZN. Joining a panel discussion on technical leadership with fellow industry experts Thiago de Faria, Armagan Amcalar and Daniel Gebler, Alessandro … Read more
In the first week of April we proudly hosted our fourth Codemotion Amsterdam conference with more than 1200 attendees. Again, we stressed the importance of tech communities during our showcase event in the Netherlands, but is “communities” just a … Read more
Simone Scardapane is a very talented AI and machine learning researcher and developer. He told us some of the news in the field of AI from F8 2018. Hello Simone. At one of the AperiTech meetups you gave the talk entitled "AI in the news: what's … Read more
Hello Roberto. Recently you’ve given a presentation entitled “Application Insights: power is nothing without control” for the members of one of the Roman communities. Could you tell us more about it? I work a lot with Microsoft technologies and I … Read more
Hello Claudio, you’re an active member of the Elixir community. For those who don’t know you, could you tell us a bit about yourself? I'm a back-end developer and currently, I work at AdEspresso, a startup that deals with marketing activities on … Read more