The Developer Evangelism team supports and grows GitLab's community by engaging with GitLab community members through content and conversations.
As a Developer Evangelist, you will help us fulfill our mission by connecting with other developers, contributing to open source, and sharing your knowledge and experience about GitLab and other leading technologies at conferences and meetups, in contributed articles, and on blogs, podcasts, and social media. Your work will foster a community inspired by GitLab and will drive our strategy around developer love and GitLab’s participation in the open source ecosystem.
We focus on generating awareness about GitLab by rolling up our sleeves, contributing to the ecosystem, and enabling others to become evangelists outside the company as well. Not afraid to be hands-on, you might write sample code, author client libraries, provide insights to journalists, and work with strategic GitLab partners such as GitLab Heroes, users, and customers to excite and engage our developer communities.
The Developer Evangelist is a grade 6.
The Senior Developer Evangelist is a grade 7.
Mission: Build a powerhouse developer evangelism program at GitLab that encompasses teammates and the wider community. Create a program to increase GitLab’s awareness in the wider community.
The Developer Evangelism Program Manager is a Developer Evangelist, who focuses on managing the processes and ensure we collect the right metrics. As part of this role you will have the opportunity to work closely with deeply technical leaders and marketing experts. You will be coached to develop your own technical thought leadership platform and also have the opportunity to grow your career as a technical marketer.
The Developer Evangelism Program Manager is a grade 6.
The Staff Developer Evangelist is a grade 8.
As the Manager, Developer Evangelism, you will be responsible for building our developer evangelism function with the ultimate objectives of:
The Manager, Developer Evangelism is a grade 8.
As the Senior Manager, Developer Evangelism, you will set stratgey and direction for the developer evangelism team.
The Senior Manager, Developer Evangelism is a grade 9
The next step for both individual contributors and managers of people is to move to the Director, Technical Evangelism job family.
The Developer Evangelism team is responsible for community engagement with the GitLab community and the tech community at large as it relates to GitLab. A Developer Evangelist with a Community Engagement specialty owns that engagement. This includes responding to questions about GitLab on Hacker News, engaging with the GitLab community on Stack Overflow, managing the GitLab Forum, and providing insight and guidance to GitLab's marketing and product teams on the community impact of changes when we are making to our product and business.
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