Developer Advocate at Coda
Coda is looking for a Developer Advocate to help build and evangelize our ecosystem.
In 2018, Coda launched our partner platform ー releasing our first public APIs, a partnership with Zapier, and our first native integrations (aka Packs). Since then, we’ve continued to expand our ecosystem ー building Packs to unlock new use cases for Coda users. As the first Developer Advocate, you’ll work closely with our partnerships, product, and engineering teams to identify new developers, evangelize Coda, and provide feedback on our platform development to help make our next iteration of Packs best in class.
Someone who is successful in this role will be able to quickly familiarize themselves with Coda, identify potential developers and developer communities to build relationships with, be comfortable with a wide range of communications, build a scalable process to manage feedback and co-development with partners, and be a voice for external developers to our internal product and engineering teams as they improve the platform.
What you’ll be working on
Identifying and recruiting potential developer partners alongside our partnerships team
Working with our support team to ensure developers get the support they need
Working closely with product, partnerships, and engineering to ensure our platform is best in class
Evangelizing Coda and the Coda platform via conferences, blogs, webinars, etc.
Building out a community around the developer ecosystem
Building real and example packs to demonstrate the power of the platform and how to use it
Thing you’re skilled in
5+ years of experience in developer advocacy/community
You have used a variety of developer platforms and have strong opinions about the attributes of developer-friendly platforms and supporting communities.
Producer of high quality technical “how-to” content (blogs, webinars, demos, talks) addressing common user needs, latest technology advances, and emerging best practices
Communications: You’re comfortable talking to a developer at a large SaaS partner, or an individual Coda power user from the community. You’ve given talks at conferences and authored blog posts for developers.