It doesn’t matter who you are, or what you do: you have something to share with everyone. Helpful resources are available, and everyone really does want you to succeed.
If your Developer Advocate doesn’t have a direct line to product managers and the ability to suggest changes based on developer/customer feedback, you’re doing it wrong.
…gs is how much developers love React. It seems to endear itself to developers the more they use it. Instead of getting frustrated with React as their projects get larger, it appears that it’s really only then that they appreciate its real value.