|Senior Developer Advocate|
|Digital and IT services|
|Large business (250+ employees)|
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A day in the life of a Senior Developer Advocate in the United Kingdom
Work with software developers to explain and advocate for the area of software that my company works in.
Briefly describe the organisation you work for
I work for a startup enterprise software company
What do you do?
Work with software developers to explain and advocate for the area of software that my company works in. Build demos, write blogs, deliver talks, develop our community.
Reflecting upon your past employment and education, what led you to your current career choice?
Always had a knack for computers :)
Is your current job sector different from what you thought you would enter when you graduated?
No, always knew I'd end up with computers someday
Describe your most memorable day at work
Delivering a talk to 300 developers at a conference.
Are there any challenges associated with your job?
Managing my own time, communicating clearly with others.
What’s your work environment and culture like?
Fast moving, positive.
What extracurricular activities did you undertake at university and what transferable skills did you develop through these?
Orchestra manager - learnt to take ownership of problems and solve them
What top tips do you have for York students preparing for today’s job market and life after graduation?
The ability to be able to deliver clear written communication is a useful skill in numerous roles.
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