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Another week, another DevRel Weekly! I hope everyone's feeling ready to tackle your projects this week. We're halfway through the quarter here at Camunda and I'm simultaneously amazed at the fact that it's still February (I just rechecked the calendar to make sure πŸ˜…) and also stunned that March is just around the quarter. Somehow that paradox seems about right for this year. πŸ€ͺ

This week saw a lot of conversations around empathy, building more resilient systems around online communities, and how to best represent our community members internally at our companies. In other words, some of my favorite topics around Developer Relations are discussed below!

As always, if you happen to see an article, tweet, or podcast I should feature in an upcoming newsletter, don't hesitate to drop me a line.

Mary (@mary_grace)
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p.s. In last week's issue I mentioned a tweet which linked to a variety of resources for Texas residents who were dealing with a catastrophic winter storm. However, I failed to mention Oklahoma and Louisiana, as well as other states which were dealing with exceptionally large and unexpected winter storms of their own and who desperately need our help. While it's not an exhaustive list, this article covers additional ways to help storm victims in Texas, Oklahoma, and Louisiana. Feel free to send other resources my way via Twitter and I'll help to amplify them.

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