Community Pulse is the spot for Developer Relations and Community professionals who are looking for information on building technical communities. Community Builders and DevRel veterans Jason Hand, Mary Thengvall, PJ Hagerty, and Sarah-Jane Morris interview experts in the field of Developer Relations and Community Leadership on a broad range of topics related to building community.

Jason Hand

Jason Hand

Mary Thengvall

Mary Thengvall

PJ Hagerty

PJ Hagerty

Sarah-Jane Morris

Sarah-Jane Morris

Latest Episode

After Pulse: Online Community Management

Posted on Monday, May 25, 2020

SJ, Jason, and PJ sit down to discuss their recent conversation with Marjorie and Wesley. What started as a simple conversation about online communities turned into an opportunity to learn from experts at a time when our entire industry seems to have been turned on its head. They then pivot into what makes something ephemeral versus what sticks with you and has a lasting impact on your career as well as those around you.

#DevRelsFTW

Posted on Monday, Apr 11, 2016

Jason Yee, PJ Hagerty, and Carina C. Zona join us to talk through some of the prevalent struggles in community management. Trust us – you’ll simply want to listen.

The Community for Community Professionals

Posted on Saturday, Jan 30, 2016

CMX is the community for community professionals. We talk to David Spinks and Carrie Jones about the future of community professionals.

Metrics: Arch Nemesis of the Community Builder

Posted on Friday, Dec 18, 2015

Metrics tend to be the community builder’s arch nemesis. In this episode, Jason and Mary sit down with community folks from Keen and Bitergia.

Andrew Hyde: Pursue Your Passions

Posted on Tuesday, Sep 29, 2015

Community builder and organizer Andrew Hyde talks about how to pursue your passions in this episode of Community Pulse.

Jono Bacon: Father of Community

Posted on Tuesday, Sep 29, 2015

Jason and Mary talk to Jono Bacon about the difference between ‘read’ and ‘write’ communities. We also cover how difficult (and important!) it is for us to define our role, how to deal with our harshest critics, and more.