Developer personas are crucial in product and developer marketing – however, sometimes, you’ll find that developers aren’t your only target audience.
But how can you make sure you’re targeting the right people?
William Chia, VP of Marketing at Styra, chats to us about this all-important topic in this episode of DevMar Debugged.
Listen to the episode here
Key talking points
- What are developer personas?
- Cases when developers may not be the target audience
- Which personas should you look at and why?
- Benefits of marketing to non-technical audiences
- Choosing the right personas for your product
About the guest
William Chia has worked with software engineers, people in legal compliance, risk and security, and marketers. Over his career, he’s been a software engineer himself, as well as a product marketer and a product manager.
He’s worked with software DevTools, such as tools design for Linux sysadmins.
William has worked at companies like Twilio, GitLab, and Osano, and is currently the VP of Marketing at Styra.
Since he’s a software developer, the topic of developer personas is near and dear to his heart.
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