Yashraj Nayak

Yashraj Nayak Yashraj Nayak Yashraj Nayak Yashraj Nayak Yashraj Nayak

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A coder turned community manager. I have been into software development and communities for over four years now. Experienced in building and managing communities with professional developers, students, startups, and non-profit organizations. Currently, I am managing student developer communities, partnerships, and growth for Japan's Progate.com in India. My credo is "Every member of the community has a superpower, it's our responsibility to find that superpower." Location: Bangalore, India A coder turned community manager. I have been into software development and communities for over four years now. Experienced in building and managing communities with professional developers, students, startups, and non-profit organizations. Currently, I am managing student developer communities, partnerships, and growth for Japan's Progate.com in India. My credo is "Every member of the community has a superpower, it's our responsibility to find that superpower." Location: Bangalore, India A coder turned community manager. I have been into software development and communities for over four years now. Experienced in building and managing communities with professional developers, students, startups, and non-profit organizations. Currently, I am managing student developer communities, partnerships, and growth for Japan's Progate.com in India. My credo is "Every member of the community has a superpower, it's our responsibility to find that superpower." Location: Bangalore, India A coder turned community manager. I have been into software development and communities for over four years now. Experienced in building and managing communities with professional developers, students, startups, and non-profit organizations. Currently, I am managing student developer communities, partnerships, and growth for Japan's Progate.com in India. My credo is "Every member of the community has a superpower, it's our responsibility to find that superpower." Location: Bangalore, India A coder turned community manager. I have been into software development and communities for over four years now. Experienced in building and managing communities with professional developers, students, startups, and non-profit organizations. Currently, I am managing student developer communities, partnerships, and growth for Japan's Progate.com in India. My credo is "Every member of the community has a superpower, it's our responsibility to find that superpower." Location: Bangalore, India

Session information

Engaging with Student Developers Engaging with Student Developers Engaging with Student Developers Engaging with Student Developers Engaging with Student Developers

🗣 english 🕘 08:1008:40 UTC at Asia1
Students are often considered a difficult prospect in developer relations. In this talk. I will share about a developer engagement program I have recently worked on, stories from my experience of working with student developers, and some actionable insights which can also be helpful for professional developer communities. Students are often considered a difficult prospect in developer relations. In this talk. I will share about a developer engagement program I have recently worked on, stories from my experience of working with student developers, and some actionable insights which can also be helpful for professional developer communities. Students are often considered a difficult prospect in developer relations. In this talk. I will share about a developer engagement program I have recently worked on, stories from my experience of working with student developers, and some actionable insights which can also be helpful for professional developer communities. Students are often considered a difficult prospect in developer relations. In this talk. I will share about a developer engagement program I have recently worked on, stories from my experience of working with student developers, and some actionable insights which can also be helpful for professional developer communities. Students are often considered a difficult prospect in developer relations. In this talk. I will share about a developer engagement program I have recently worked on, stories from my experience of working with student developers, and some actionable insights which can also be helpful for professional developer communities.