Streaming/Live Coding for Developer Relations

SF Developer Relations
SF Developer Relations
Public group


182 Shipley · San Francisco, CA

How to find us

Look for the Purple Door

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It's already February, which means you have 10 months to achieve those "New Year resolutions" you've made earlier this year.

And for some of us, it might mean "start a youtube/twitch/tiktok/byte channel".
This has been a hot topic for Developer Relations in the last few years and some of us already have a head start.

That's we thought we should dedicate a whole meetup to this new thing. 📹

We gathered an amazing panel of experiences streamers.

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18:00 - Doors open and social
18:30 - Lightning talks and panel

Nicky and Matt

Matt will give an overview of Twitch and its potential reach. Nicki will then discuss how to get started streaming, covering both the hardware and software required as well as tips for live coding. They will then spend time talking about folks in the field who are doing this well and share how they got there. After discussing these success stories, the duo will talk about best practices from their experience and share tips and tricks. Lastly, they will focus on talking through how to understand the value of streaming and how to share the results with your broader team.

19:30 - 1min community pitches, grab the mic and share your story/event/pitch
21:00 - Doors close

Nicki Stone, AWS

Matt Auerbach, Twitch

Nicki, Technical Evangelist at AWS, and Matt, Developer Advocate at Twitch, have been live-streaming programming/coding on Twitch for the last 18 months. In Nicki's role, she spends the majority of her time streaming on the AWS Twitch channel. She's been apart of several shows such as Build with AM & Nicki, BootUp (a show about startups on AWS), and a Twitch Dev AWS collab show with a combined reach of ~900K developers with 100 hours of streaming. Matt created TwitchDev Weekly, for the /TwitchDev channel, a series at 2pm ET on Thursdays. It contains episodic content that has established a cadence and increased audience retention for talking with the community. In the first quarter, it surpassed 2018’s minutes watched and number of broadcasts with 150,069 minutes and 21 broadcasts.

Potch, Glitch

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