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Community Event and Money@DevRelCon Tokyo 20190309

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Community Event and Money@DevRelCon Tokyo 20190309

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Nori Suzuki (@szkn27)

March 09, 2019
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  1. Community Event and Money Noriyuki Suzuki DevRelCon Tokyo 2019

  2. Noriyuki Suzuki “Nori” (@szkn27) - Editing Tech Books. - Editor

    in chief, Think IT. - Think IT is web media focus on OpenSource Technology. - Japan Container Days Organizer. - CloudNative Days Co Organizer. - The biggest CloudNative Tech Conference in Japan. - JapanAndroidGroup Steering Member, Board Member (2013-2017) - DevRel Con Tokyo Co Organizer (2017-) - Two children's father Who am I
  3. Noriyuki Suzuki “Nori” (@szkn27) - Editing Tech Books. - Editor

    in chief, Think IT. - Think IT is web media focus on OpenSource Technology. - Japan Container Days Organizer. - CloudNative Days Co Organizer. - The biggest CloudNative Tech Conference in Japan. - JapanAndroidGroup Steering Member, Board Member (2013-2017) - DevRel Con Tokyo Co Organizer (2017-) - Two children's father Today’s Main Topic
  4. - The biggest CloudNative Tech Conference in Japan. - Main

    topics Docker, Kubernetes, Microservices, CI/CD, NoOps, etc.. - Japan Original Local Conference (not foundation official event) - ATTENDEE 1,200+ - SESSION 80+ - SPONSOR 30+ - *two conference total amount* - 2019 rebland “CloudNative Days in Japan” April Fukuoka, July Tokyo What is “Japan Container Days”
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  6. Community Collaboration Model -

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  8. - 4,500 4,000 1,400 1,400 400 1,600 5,900 2,500 1,300

    1,100 1,200 1,000
  9. “Impress takes advantage of communities for get money” some community

    member saied.
  10. Empathy with Community - Vision and Passion - Accelerate the

    Japanese market together. - Let's attract international conference “CloudNativeCon/KubeCon” to Japan! - Community Benefit - Session time in conference for community activities - Provide discount code for members of each community
  11. What did I take most care of? - Making money

    and expanding the market are very important. Employment is born from new technology. - Of course, the goal is not only to make money. Think about whether you can provide value other than money (especially for developers). - A community is an only human relationship. Best practices will not be found so easily (as I did). You should dialogue and build relationships of trust.
  12. Improvement and New Challenge - Changing Organizer - Transition to

    committer organization (not only Impress event) - Open Community leading Conference - Chair System - Leader of the conference that will replace me - Reinvested of new Conference and Meetup - Local Conference in Japan (Fukuoka, Osaka...) - Source Code Reading - Contribution Day - Negotiation with the Foundation for the Official event
  13. I believe open source & developer community leading innovation, changing

    world more better. I want to work to empower developers. email: szkn27@gmail.com Twitter: @szkn27 GitHub: suzukin LinkedIn: noriyuki-suzuki/