DeepSource is working on building tools that help developers ship good code. There are over 40 million developers in the world, and all of them write and review code in some form. There’s a massive opportunity to impact how software is built right from where the code is written using automation and intelligence, that not only improves developer productivity but also increases software’s robustness.
As a developer advocate, you will be responsible for building a strong developer community around DeepSource. In addition to advocacy, you will also have shared responsibilities for user education and community engagement.
Initiate new projects and technical integrations between DeepSource and tools in the broader ecosystem.
Build demos, webinars, white papers and tutorials about emerging technologies and industry developments.
Collaborate with internal teams on the product roadmap, market positioning, messaging and developer program initiatives.
Gain industry recognition and credibility as a regular attendee, panelist and keynote speaker at technology conferences, trade shows, and press events.
Deliver compelling presentations, product demos, sample solutions, technical blogs, and discussions to drive adoption of DeepSource.
Scale, extend and drive the global expansion of existing community-focused programs, for example Hackathons, User Groups, and Meet-ups.
Build relationships with community enthusiasts in the field to improve the experience of the open source developer community.
4+ years of relevant experience.
The ability to work cooperatively with, and gain the respect of, software developers.
Experience writing code, contributing to, and understanding of the community mechanisms of open source projects.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Experience working with data science and analytics teams is a plus.
Learn more about DeepSource here. We offer competitive compensation with meaningful stock options, a generous vacation policy, workstation of your choice,. to name a few of the perks.
If you would like to be part of our team, send us any relevant work (GitHub, links to blogs, talks – anything you want to show to us) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to hearing from you!