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, and PJ Hagerty 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

Latest Episode

Video Content 101

Posted on Monday, Jun 10, 2019
We live in a world where you need to do something different in order to stick out from your competition. Written content abounds and podcasts are now a dime a dozen, but video content seems to be something of a frontier still (tho growing quickly!). Dan Thomas joins us this month to talk about how to create stellar video content and build a following through vlogging. Read More

Funemployment & Downtime

Posted on Tuesday, Jul 31, 2018

What happens when you step out of the office and take a break for a while? Whether vacation or funemployment, downtime is important. But how do we do this while continuing to be part of our communities? Jason & PJ chat about these topics & more.

Posted on Saturday, Jun 30, 2018

PJ, Jason, and Mary sync up after Episode 25: Team Dynamics to talk about which teams DevRel does (and doesn’t) fit into, why it’s so important to communicate across teams, and the most important skill: flexibility.

We sit down with J. Paul Reed and Greg Bulmash to chat about team dynamics, working between departments, and setting boundaries for your DevRel team.

After Pulse: Imposter Syndrome

Posted on Thursday, Jun 7, 2018

PJ, Jason, and Mary sync up after the podcast recording with Kelsey Hightower (Episode 24: Imposter Syndrome) to recap the episode and share a few more thoughts about imposter syndrome in the DevRel industry.

Imposter Syndrome

Posted on Monday, May 28, 2018

PJ, Jason, and Mary joined up with Kelsey Hightower from Google Cloud Platform to chat about imposter syndrome: What is imposter syndrome? Is it actually a thing? How can we overcome imposter syndrome in ourselves? How can we prevent imposter syndrome in others?