Helping developers takes work. A lot of that work will come in the form of your product or service: your SDK, your tool, your Whatever as a Service (WaaS) offering, etc. However, some of that work will be in actively assisting developers who are trying to make sense of what you are offering.
Building on the SDK review service, CommonsWare offers developer advocacy services as well. A developer advocate is somebody who is tasked with helping developers — from solo developers to major firms — understand what you are offering them and help them make use of it. This includes things like:
Writing formal documentation
Answering questions in your designated support channels, plus ad hoc channels like Stack Overflow
Publishing tutorials and other sample apps, to help demonstrate the results of what you are offering
Delivering presentations — online, at conferences, etc. — to help promote your offering and educate developers on its use
And so on
Some firms have full-time developer advocates, but may need a medium-term boost in capacity. Some firms are not on position to hire a full-time developer advocate, but still need somebody serving in the role. CommonsWare can help fill those gaps.
Interested? Contact Mark Murphy to discuss what you need!