another random community newsletter :)

By Aditya Oberai

devrel🥑, communities👨‍👩‍👧‍👦, tech👨‍💻, and a lot of random thoughts 🤪

devrel🥑, communities👨‍👩‍👧‍👦, tech👨‍💻, and a lot of random thoughts 🤪

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#6・

The Pressure Of Leaving A Legacy

Before sharing my perspective, I thought to seek the opinions of peers from our local communities too. So I shared a tweet in our little community to ask what folks thought about creating a legacy. The responses were thought-provoking:

 
#5・

How Can DevRel Enable Engineering?

In the last issue of this newsletter, I discussed whether people should choose a career in DevRel or not, which also covered what skills and experiences the DevRel space needs practitioners to have.

 
#4・

Should You Choose A Career In DevRel Or Not?

First things first, it is necessary to understand what the term DevRel even means. Is it just a flashy buzzword from Twitter today? Is it another route for a student to run away from a development career while staying near tech? Or is it something more? The r…

 
#3・

The Fear Of Being Me

Being present in communities in a more influential capacity has typically meant that I get to have a voice people will listen to more often. Moreover, working in communities (with them being the social groups they are) usually means that my work is heavily pe…

 
#2・

The FOMO Within Communities

Before sharing my views, I wanted to understand what some of our peers from our local communities thought. So I shared a tweet in our little community to ask what folks thought about FOMO. Here were some rather intriguing responses:Deekshita had some rather s…

 
#1・

Introducing another random community newsletter :)

Hey there! 👋 Hope you are doing well! Thank you for being an early subscriber of another random community newsletter. I am Aditya Oberai, just another random community member and the creator of this newsletter, and I really can't express how happy I am to sta…