There is so much going on in the tech world nowadays, new programming languages, new APIs and new tools everyday. Trying to keep up with all of it can be challenging. So how can we guarantee a smooth developer experience? In this talk, I'd like to share with you what I've learnt in one year of advocacy. What developers really want from an API, from clean simple code to great documentation. How do we get developers excited about using our APIs.
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What Developers Want
Rabeb is a software engineer and has been writing code for almost a decade now. Currently, she works as a Developer Advocate helping developers from around the globe building awesome applications. Rabeb has a passion for building diverse and inclusive communities. She works towards making Tech an inclusive place for everyone.