Learn How to Communicate Your Code with Nick Quinlan


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CommunicationJoin SendGrid Developer Evangelist, Nick Quinlan on Wednesday, October 30th for a free in-depth webinar on Communicating Your Code.

Developers talk about code every day: to technical people, non-technical people, people who know more about systems than you do, and people who know less. Each has different frames of reference and must be told things differently. This talk will explore methods of communication for each type of audience and the processes behind them. Understand how to sell your ideas to your boss, explain what you do to your parents, teach other developers, and solicit feedback better.

Nick will also be available to answer questions at the end of the webinar. Registration is free! Even if you’re unavailable for the webinar, sign up anyway, as slides will be sent to all registrants regardless.

Webcast: Communicating Your Code
Date: Wednesday, October 3oth
Time: 1:00-2:00PM EDT

Register now!

Presenter Information

Excited Nick QuinlanNick Quinlan is a SendGrid Developer Evangelist based out of San Francisco. He works to make developers lives easier by providing them with the help they need to grow their ideas. Passionate about solving problems, Nick has been coding since age eleven. He previously worked in internet marketing where he helped some of the world’s largest companies better connect with their customers. Keep up with Nick on Twitter and check out some of his latest blog posts:

Five Out-of-the-Box Uses Of Email in Apps
How I Explained Developer Evangelism to My Parents
Fingerprinting Email Infrastructure Companies


As SendGrid's Manager of Content Marketing, Jillian is responsible for ensuring that SendGrid provides valuable thought leadership content through the blog, whitepapers, webcasts, case studies, and more. An editor and writer by trade, Jillian considers The Chicago Manual of Style one of her favorite reads.

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