QualificationsNode.jsProduct managementGoC++CBachelor’s degree
Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, a related field, or equivalent practical experience.
3 years of experience with open source or developer technologies.
3 years of experience as a technical practitioner developing solutions involving Google Workspace.
Experience in one or more of the following programming languages: Node.js, Java, or Python.
Ability to work with ambiguity in a rapidly changing environment and prioritize effectively across high levels of demand for time.
A passion for working with Google Workspace and across the business productivity space.
About the job
As a Developer Advocate, you’ll join a team of practitioners that empathize with external technical communities and advocate on their behalf to the Google Workspace Product and Engineering teams, ensuring that our products are built to meet the developer community’s needs and that they provide excellent developer experiences.
You’ll work to raise awareness of Google Workspace technologies and methodologies within our technical communities through enablement and inspiration, and you’ll help drive strategy around Google Developer Relations efforts for specific communities and products.
You’ll define developer product strategies and craft narratives around developer products and technologies, both meeting technical practitioners where they are going and to get to where they need to be.
Craft and deliver the messaging that draws developers to the Google Workspace platform.
Participate in Google Workspace communities as a developer practitioner to understand and represent the community’s needs.
Create technical assets such as demos, videos, presentations, workshops, and codelabs to help developers and practitioners understand and adopt Google Workspace technologies.
Partner with product and engineering teams to define strategies and craft narratives around developer products and features.
Advocate for the community internally and influence Google Workspace product strategy by working with product management, engineering, PR, marketing, business development, and other cross-functional teams.
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