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How sponsorship works

Our primary focus is on developers, but people from all areas of the software industry tune in to our developer podcast network and our newsfeed and newsletter to inform their next big idea. From CTOs and Directors of Engineering to Frontend Developers and Product Designers, our audience cares about the future of software development, cloud infrastructure, dev culture, services, tooling, mental health — and they're waiting to hear from you.

1. Develop your strategy

Everything begins by understanding who you are and the goals you're trying to achieve. We have proven workflows to uncover who you are, your goals, what's working, and the aspects of your story developers need to know.

2. Plan your activation

Once we have an understanding of who you are and how we can help you, we'll begin to shape what to say, how to say it, and where. Our team has years of growth and marketing experience to develop a campaign focused on your goals.

3. Build your following

Developers follow our content to explore new ideas and discover new tools. We make sure your brand and product are a part of their journey. We're here to guide and help you every step of the way.

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Building better software with the scientific method

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As humans, we are constantly faced with problems. We build software to solve problems. The features we create sometimes have problems when we deploy. We encounter an obstacle and need to figure out how to overcome it. We don’t necessarily know how to solve the problem at the outset, but how we think about the problem and the solution will impact whether we are successful or not.

I remember learning about the scientific method many years ago. Watching the Neil DeGrasse Tyson Masterclass, I started thinking about how the scientific method applies to delivering and supporting software. One quote jumped out at me: “The most important moments of your life are not decided by what you know, but how you think.” It’s not about what we know about delivering and deploying software, but how we think about the processes we use to do so.

How do you approach a software problem? Imagine you’re trying to compile newly written code and encounter an error. You don’t immediately know what is wrong; we need to investigate the issue. How do you approach the problem?

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11 DevOps metrics to monitor for organizational success

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When evaluating the effectiveness of your DevOps model, it is critical to use metrics relevant to your organization. The best approach for measuring success is to identify the key outcomes you want to achieve, and then find the right DevOps metrics to monitor those outcomes.

This post from CloudZero shares eleven performance metrics you can track to gauge the success of your DevOps approach.

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Who you’ll reach

Our audience is the builders, leaders, and planners defining the future of software.

11%
CEO / Execs
27%
Frontend / UI
43%
Backend / Engineer
12%
CTO / Engineering
7%
Product / Design

Every day we influence developers at some of the most innovative tech companies in the world.

Community Leader

Linux Foundation

Data Scientist

Intel

Executive VP

Micrsoft

SRE Engineer

Google

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IBM

Systems Engineer

Datadog

React Core

Facebook

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