daily.dev’s First Ever Town Hall: Our Story, Updates, and a Community AMA

Nimrod Kramer
daily.dev’s First Ever Town Hall: Our Story, Updates, and a Community AMA


We hosted our first town hall at daily.dev last week. We told our story, shared updates and most importantly, had an AMA and met our community live and face to face.

Two weeks ago, on July 5th, we hosted our first town hall event at daily.dev. Our CTO and Co-founder, Ido Shamun, and I discussed our backstory and recent updates on the platform. But that was just the beginning.

In the subsequent AMA (Ask Me Anything) session, Francesco Ciulla, our developer advocate, facilitated an engaging Q&A with our community. We faced a range of questions — from our operations and future plans to our approach towards community engagement. Daphna Giniger, our Head of Marketing, joined in to answer queries, providing a deeper look into daily.dev’s mission and work.

For us, the live interaction with our community was the highlight of the town hall. Your participation brought in diverse perspectives and a shared sense of belonging, reminding us of the importance of our developer community in everything we do.

If you missed the town hall, no worries. You can watch the recorded version of the event on our YouTube channel here.

We're planning more of these town halls, and we look forward to seeing you at our next one. Your questions and ideas are what drive us to keep pushing forward. We're excited to have more of these interactive sessions in the future. So, keep your queries coming, and see you at our next town hall!


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