Passionate people are everywhere at Google. In Developer Relations, we are excited to collaborate and connect with the communities that love technology as much as we do. Part community manager and part developer advocate, Developer Programs Engineers collaborate with developers at conferences and online, and advocate for developers interests internally at Google. Not afraid to be hands-on, you write sample code and client libraries as well as participate in developer forums and support queues to troubleshoot and debug coding problems developers encounter. Internally, you work with product engineering teams to improve our products by conveying feedback from developers, reviewing API designs, and testing new features. Chrome, Android, App Engine, HTML5, and our core Google Workspace and Ads APIs are just some of the platforms you promote and support.
The goal of Internal Developer Relations (IDR) is to increase the productivity and success of engineers at Google. It’s an exciting space, because our work in unlocking developer productivity has a large impact on Google’s internal developers.
As a Developer Relations Engineer, you will connect with developers and speak about exciting technologies on conference panels and classes. Your work will foster a community of developers within Google and will help drive strategy around developer relations. You might create Codelabs, run trainings, support developers to troubleshoot, and debug technical problems encountered by developers. In collaboration with infrastructure teams, you will improve products by conveying feedback from developers, reviewing and contributing to API designs, writing production ready code, and testing new features.
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