I am very happy to announce that Mary Thengvall is joining Camunda as our new Director of Developer Relations.

Mary is very well known in the Developer Relations Community. Besides other initiatives, she has written the book The Business Value of Developer Relations, she is publishing the DevRel Weekly Newsletter and co-hosts Community Pulse, a DevRel focused podcast.

Mary Thengvall - Director of Developer Relations Camunda

At Camunda, Mary will lead our new Developer Relations and Community team. She will
work together very closely with product development as well as the open source community ensuring we continue to make Camunda the go-to workflow and decision automation stack for developers.

Please join me in welcoming Mary to the Camunda Community!

Get the full scoop in Mary’s Blogpost.

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