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DevRel, community management, and marketing with Kim Maida

PodRocket - A web development podcast from LogRocket

Which department should DevRel report to? How do you get started in a career in DevRel? Kim Maida, VP of Developer Relations at Ionic, joins us to answer all of your questions about DevRel. Links https://twitter.com/KimMaida https://github.com/kmaida https://twitter.com/mhartington https://dev.to/kimmaida Contact us https://podrocket.logrocket.com/contact-us @PodRocketpod What does LogRocket do? LogRocket combines frontend monitoring, product analytics, and session replay to help software teams deliver the ideal product experience. Try LogRocket for free today.Special Guest: Kim Maida.

49mins

13 Jul 2021

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Episode 95: Working in Developer Relations with Kim Maida

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Recording date: 2020-07-02John Papa @John_PapaWard Bell @WardBellDan Wahlin @DanWahlinCraig Shoemaker @craigshoemakerKim Maida @KimMaidaBrought to you byIdeaBladeag-Grid Resources:GatsbyServer side rendering in GatsbySSG is Static Site GeneratorNetlifyStatic Web Sites in AzureDan Wahlin's blog post on joining DevRelCreating SlackbotsValerie Kittel, excellent presentation coachFluid FrameworkThe Body: A guide for Occupants by Bill BrysonGitHub repo for Template SlackbotResonate by Nancy DuarteNancy Duarte on Presentation

52mins

4 Aug 2020

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Kim Maida - Zoologist Becomes a Developer Advocate (#32)

Develomentor

Welcome to another episode of Develomentor. Today's guest is Kim Maida. Kim is the Head of Developer Relations at Auth0 and is a Google Developer Expert in Angular and Web Technologies. She's passionate about identity, authentication, constant learning, and developer communities. As a developer advocate, engineer, and international speaker, she loves learning from and sharing with other inhabitants of the tech space. She also enjoys mentoring engineers who are interested in leadership.Click Here –> For more information about tech careersEpisode Summary"I basically want to come up with ways that the company can interact with developers through us to get the developers the best experience that we can give them and also sort of bring their feedback back into the company in an effective way"—Kim MaidaIn this episode we’ll cover:How Kim got into tech after studying biology, zoology, neurobiology and animal behavior in college. Strategies for dealing with burnout. How do you move forward when you are feeling exhausted?How Kim got her first speaking opportunity. What are some strategies for practicing?Key Milestones[1:40] – Kim studied biology, zoology, neurobiology and animal behavior in college. After working in the field for a bit, she decided to go back to school to become a dietician. She got her first tech job in tech doing web development for the university and finally saw it as a viable career option. [4:07] – In school, Kim switched her degree to web and digital media and worked at various media agencies, where she worked her way up to engineering manager. She really enjoyed working with engineers and decided to make that her career[6:32] – Kim explains how she performed bee research and how bees 'waggle dance'[8:59] – Kim reflects that she never saw herself getting in tech and development. She thought she would become a scientist, and always did web development on the side to help pay for bills. [12:56]- What it's like working in academia as a non-professor? Kim talks about advantages universities. This includes benefits, cutting edge research, and having a lot of funding without having to talk to investors. [18:12] – Why did Kim become a developer advocate after working at digital agencies? She felt disconnected from clients working at digital agencies. This is when Kim started blogging for Auth0 and started to grow her content/branding skillset. [20:06] – Kim talks about her first speaking opportunity and how it came unexpectedly. She never spoke at a conference before, but she accepted the opportunity. This was outside of her comfort zone, but she enjoyed the experience so much, Kim decided to make speaking a full-time gig.[23:11] - How does Kim prepare for speaking engagements? She recommends talking in front of a mirror, practicing in front of people, and recording yourself. [27:15] - Kim talks about dealing with burnout. How do you move forward when you are feeling exhausted?[30:56] - What is the day to day of a developer advocate? Its to strategically form relationships with developers. Sometimes this means speaking at conferences, sometimes it means setting up a booth at trade shows to answer questions. [42:33] - Kim talks about hiring. Why culture fit is crucial not just within a company, but also within a teamYou can find more resources and a full transcript in the show notesTo learn more about our podcast go to https://develomentor.com/To listen to previous episodes go to Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/develomentor)

50mins

17 Feb 2020

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Episode 39: Authentication For Javascript Apps - Kim Maida

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Recording date: 2019-06-18 John Papa @John_Papa Ward Bell @WardBell Dan Wahlin @DanWahlin Kim Maida @KimMaida Resources: Auth0 Google OAuth 2.0 Open ID Connect Auth0 Blog Identity Server NG Vikings Authstronomy: The Science of Authenticating Angular Apps by Kim Maida Someone to follow @DavidPich Dr. Becky Astrophysicist Kapehe Timejumps 00:40 Topic & guest introduction 03:56 What are some of the issues with rolling your own security? 07:18 Where do you start with security? 13:57 SDKs for Apps on Auth0 20:15 Groups vs Claims vs scopes 23:23 Is storing tokens on the client side a bad thing? 28:45 Sponsor: IdeaBlade 29:44 You don't know what you don't know 34:07 How short should access token life be? 40:07 NG Vikings Conference 42:25 Someone to follow

46mins

2 Jul 2019

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MAS 034: Kim Maida

My Angular Story

Panel: Charles Max WoodGuest: Kim MaidaThis week on My Angular Story, Charles speaks with Kim Maida. Kim is a technical content lead at Auth0, and her job is to oversee the team that writes content for their blog. She first got into programming when she learned HTML at a summer camp when she was 12. She fell in love with it and discovered that she wanted to create websites. They talk about her journey into the programming world, her introduction to Angular, and what she is working on now.In particular, We dive pretty deep on: Kim intro Her personal specialty is Angular How did you first get into programming? Learned HTML at a summer camp when she was 12 years old Creating websites and forums Digital art Freelance with WordPress Never thought about programming as a career originally Studied science in college Web designer and front-end developer for the college Got a job as a front-end developer before graduating jQuery and JavaScript There are many different ways to get into the field How did you wind up doing Angular? Angular JS How did you get introduced to Auth0? Authentication What are you working on now? Recently gotten back into management ng conf, AngularUP, and AngularMix What are you most proud of contributing? Consulting And much, much more! Links: Auth0 Angular WordPress jQuery JavaScript Angular JS ng conf AngularUP AngularMix ng Girls Kim’s GitHub @KimMaida KMaida.io Auth0.com/blog Picks:Charles Ready Player One Movie Ready Player One by Ernest Cline Ability to Suggest Topics at DevChat.tv Kim Alyssa Nicoll Fundraiser Altered Carbon

26mins

25 Apr 2018

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MAS 034: Kim Maida

Adventures in Angular

Panel: Charles Max Wood Guest: Kim Maida This week on My Angular Story, Charles speaks with Kim Maida. Kim is a technical content lead at Auth0, and her job is to oversee the team that writes content for their blog. She first got into programming when she learned HTML at a summer camp when she was 12. She fell in love with it and discovered that she wanted to create websites. They talk about her journey into the programming world, her introduction to Angular, and what she is working on now. In particular, We dive pretty deep on: Kim intro Her personal specialty is Angular How did you first get into programming? Learned HTML at a summer camp when she was 12 years old Creating websites and forums Digital art Freelance with WordPress Never thought about programming as a career originally Studied science in college Web designer and front-end developer for the college Got a job as a front-end developer before graduating jQuery and JavaScript There are many different ways to get into the field How did you wind up doing Angular? Angular JS How did you get introduced to Auth0? Authentication What are you working on now? Recently gotten back into management ng conf, AngularUP, and AngularMix What are you most proud of contributing? Consulting And much, much more! Links: Auth0 Angular WordPress jQuery JavaScript Angular JS ng conf AngularUP AngularMix ng Girls Kim’s GitHub @KimMaida KMaida.io Auth0.com/blog Picks: Charles Ready Player One Movie Ready Player One by Ernest Cline Ability to Suggest Topics at DevChat.tv Kim Alyssa Nicoll Fundraiser Altered Carbon

26mins

25 Apr 2018

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MAS 034: Kim Maida

Devchat.tv Episode Roundup

Panel: Charles Max Wood Guest: Kim Maida This week on My Angular Story, Charles speaks with Kim Maida. Kim is a technical content lead at Auth0, and her job is to oversee the team that writes content for their blog. She first got into programming when she learned HTML at a summer camp when she was 12. She fell in love with it and discovered that she wanted to create websites. They talk about her journey into the programming world, her introduction to Angular, and what she is working on now. In particular, We dive pretty deep on: Kim intro Her personal specialty is Angular How did you first get into programming? Learned HTML at a summer camp when she was 12 years old Creating websites and forums Digital art Freelance with WordPress Never thought about programming as a career originally Studied science in college Web designer and front-end developer for the college Got a job as a front-end developer before graduating jQuery and JavaScript There are many different ways to get into the field How did you wind up doing Angular? Angular JS How did you get introduced to Auth0? Authentication What are you working on now? Recently gotten back into management ng conf, AngularUP, and AngularMix What are you most proud of contributing? Consulting And much, much more! Links: Auth0 Angular WordPress jQuery JavaScript Angular JS ng conf AngularUP AngularMix ng Girls Kim’s GitHub @KimMaida KMaida.io Auth0.com/blog Picks: Charles Ready Player One Movie Ready Player One by Ernest Cline Ability to Suggest Topics at DevChat.tv Kim Alyssa Nicoll Fundraiser Altered Carbon

26mins

25 Apr 2018

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AiA 170: NG Atlanta with Zack Chapple and Kim Maida

Devchat.tv Episode Roundup

Panel:  Ward Bell Joe Eames Charles Max Wood Special Guests: Zack Chapple & Kim Maida In the episode of Adventures in Angular the panel speaks with Zack Chapple. Zack is a software architect at Career Builder , and is the founder and main organizer for NG Atlanta. Zack is on the show to talks about the inspiration for NG Atlanta and the origin stories of the conference. Zack describes the details and goals of the conferences concerning diversity, demographics, and technology. Also joining the show is Kim Maida. Kim is the technical content lead at Auth0. Kim talks about the demographics of women and the diversity of the conference speaks and attendees. Zack is on the show to talks about the inspiration for NG Atlanta and the origin stories of the conference. Zack describes the details and goals of the conferences concerning diversity, demographics, and technology. In particular, we dive pretty deep on: NG Atlanta  - Two-day workshop and Two  single-track conference Diversity, Inclusion, Angular Technology related to Angular Leverage where we are in technology Origin  story of NG Atlanta Programs Holistic approach Community and interpersonal skills Diversity 50 percent of speakers are women Tech conferences and statistics Contributions Diversity and Demographics Calling out conferences Putting together conferences Code of conduct Criteria for conferences and much more! Links:  https://www.careerbuilder.com http://ng-atl.org @KimMaida @zchapple https://auth0.com/blog/ Picks: Charles Star Wars  Indiegogo for View and React, and Elixir Joe Murder on the Orient Express Ward Translation of the Odyssey  Zach Vets Who Code Bright Kim NG Girls Deep Space 9

1hr 14mins

4 Jan 2018

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AiA 170: NG Atlanta with Zack Chapple and Kim Maida

Adventures in Angular

Panel: Ward BellJoe EamesCharles Max WoodSpecial Guests: Zack Chapple & Kim MaidaIn the episode of Adventures in Angular the panel speaks with Zack Chapple. Zack is a software architect at Career Builder , and is the founder and main organizer for NG Atlanta. Zack is on the show to talks about the inspiration for NG Atlanta and the origin stories of the conference. Zack describes the details and goals of the conferences concerning diversity, demographics, and technology.Also joining the show is Kim Maida. Kim is the technical content lead at Auth0. Kim talks about the demographics of women and the diversity of the conference speaks and attendees. Zack is on the show to talks about the inspiration for NG Atlanta and the origin stories of the conference. Zack describes the details and goals of the conferences concerning diversity, demographics, and technology.In particular, we dive pretty deep on: NG Atlanta  - Two-day workshop and Two  single-track conference Diversity, Inclusion, Angular Technology related to Angular Leverage where we are in technology Origin  story of NG Atlanta Programs Holistic approach Community and interpersonal skills Diversity 50 percent of speakers are women Tech conferences and statistics Contributions Diversity and Demographics Calling out conferences Putting together conferences Code of conduct Criteria for conferences and much more! Links:  https://www.careerbuilder.com http://ng-atl.org @KimMaida @zchapple https://auth0.com/blog/ Picks: Charles Star Wars  Indiegogo for View and React, and Elixir Joe Murder on the Orient Express Ward Translation of the Odyssey  Zach Vets Who Code Bright Kim NG Girls Deep Space 9 Special Guests: Kim Maida and Zack Chapple.

1hr 14mins

4 Jan 2018

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AiA 170: NG Atlanta with Zack Chapple and Kim Maida

Adventures in Angular

Panel: Ward BellJoe EamesCharles Max WoodSpecial Guests: Zack Chapple & Kim MaidaIn the episode of Adventures in Angular the panel speaks with Zack Chapple. Zack is a software architect at Career Builder , and is the founder and main organizer for NG Atlanta. Zack is on the show to talks about the inspiration for NG Atlanta and the origin stories of the conference. Zack describes the details and goals of the conferences concerning diversity, demographics, and technology.Also joining the show is Kim Maida. Kim is the technical content lead at Auth0. Kim talks about the demographics of women and the diversity of the conference speaks and attendees. Zack is on the show to talks about the inspiration for NG Atlanta and the origin stories of the conference. Zack describes the details and goals of the conferences concerning diversity, demographics, and technology.In particular, we dive pretty deep on: NG Atlanta  - Two-day workshop and Two  single-track conference Diversity, Inclusion, Angular Technology related to Angular Leverage where we are in technology Origin  story of NG Atlanta Programs Holistic approach Community and interpersonal skills Diversity 50 percent of speakers are women Tech conferences and statistics Contributions Diversity and Demographics Calling out conferences Putting together conferences Code of conduct Criteria for conferences and much more! Links:  https://www.careerbuilder.com http://ng-atl.org @KimMaida @zchapple https://auth0.com/blog/ Picks: Charles Star Wars  Indiegogo for View and React, and ElixirJoeMurder on the Orient ExpressWardTranslation of the Odyssey Zach Vets Who Code BrightKim NG Girls Deep Space 9Special Guests: Kim Maida and Zack Chapple.

1hr 14mins

4 Jan 2018