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What is the Nerdlog?
The Nerdlog is our brand new live stream changelog on Twitch. Every Thursday, you can:
- Learn about the latest features from the people who built them
Watch New Relic product managers and engineers play with the latest features and integrations to help you navigate New Relic One like a pro.
- Get some knowledge, a little inspiration, and a whole lot of answers
Walk away with tons of resources, projects with step-by-step instructions, and all your questions answered.
- Connect with other engineers
Share your experiences with other New Relic users and have fun as you learn about observability.
Join us live every Thursday!
- Where: Follow us on Twitch
- Date: 12 P.M. PT (8 P.M. UTC)
Can’t make it? We’ll miss you, but checkout our playlist on YouTube.
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Nočnica Fee is a dev advocate at New Relic specializing in cloud applications, serverless, and containerization. She writes regularly for The New Stack and has been published in Information Age and Forbes.
Aaron Bassett is a recovering senior software engineer turned Senior Developer Advocate with MongoDB. He is a developer, public speaker, writer, and mentor; he spends most of his time making cool stuff and helping other people make unbelievably cool stuff 🔥🦄✨🚀
Daniel Kim (He/Him) is a Senior Developer Relations Engineer at New Relic and the founder of Bit Project, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated make tech accessible to underserved communities. He wants to inspire generations of students in tech to be the best they can be through inclusive, accessible developer education. He is passionate about diversity & inclusion in tech, good food, and dad jokes.
Danny is a Developer Relations Engineer at New Relic. He graduated film/theatre school from the University of Colorado Denver in 2014. He then went on to contribute in local productions and was awarded for his work alongside the Black Actors Guild - a Denver-based education and production company. After becoming a 2019 Comedy Work’s New Faces semi-finalist he decided to enroll into the Turing School of Software and Design where he learned backend software development.
Dayna Lord is a product marketing manager at New Relic focused on customer adoption.
Kirk has been working in software and systems for almost 30 years, starting in 1992 with AIX RS/6000 and Linux systems. Despite years of experience on the devops side of the aisle, he is a software engineer at heart, a long time member of the Ruby community, a short time member of the Crystal community, and a strong believer in mentorship and in sharing knowledge. He works for New Relic as a Principal Developer Advocate these days, and is always looking for new things to learn and new ways to help others to succeed.
Lauren is a Sr. Developer Relations Engineer at New Relic. She is an English teacher turned empathetic software engineer. A curious optimist with a passion for creating accessible content, celebrating unique journeys to tech, and helping developers level up their skills. Lauren is the host of the We Belong Here podcast, which aims to interview career changers and folks that are diversifying the tech industry.
Mia Moore (they/them) is a Developer Programs Manager at New Relic. Before joining New Relic, Mia was a Developer Advocate at IBM and has a background in content creation, marketing, and community management. They are enthusiastic about good storytelling in digital content. In their free time, Mia enjoys knitting, birding, and gaming.
Pachi is a self-directed learner, who started her career as a Front-End developer and is passionate about HTML and CCS. She is originally from Brazil where she was born and raised, but now she lives in the USA with her husband, cats and bearded dragon.
Very active online, Pachi felt in love with the community and even being a junior herself, she began teaching what she knew and sharing her learning Journey writing and live coding on Twitch, and that was how she got interested in Developer Relations. Now a Developer Relations Engineer at New Relic.