AI content creation to help you improve the Developer Experience

Valerio Barbera

Co-founders are the first people in the trenches for any start-up, taking the idea and turning it into a sustainable business that can really make other people’s life better.

In these early years of Inspector I have never told about my co-founders thanks to whom I was able to spend all my time building the product and disclosing information on software development issues.

They are Francesco and Sebastiano, the smartest and open-minded guys I’ve ever met. We have been working together since 2011 through various fairly successful entrepreneurial experiences, but it is with Inspector that we have had the opportunity to scale the business globally.

The bigger the opportunity, the bigger the challenge.

Since the early days of Inspector, it was quite clear that the best marketing strategy to help the product emerge in the infinite ocean of the internet was Content Marketing.

Help developers improve their Developer Experience through guides, tutorials, technical articles, and any other form of content to transfer some of our skills to developers around the world who could benefit from them.

As a technical guy, I felt marketing was a really big wall to overcome. Media exposure is not my strong point, and despite the great efforts needed to help Inspector have the success it deserves, many constraints remain because of our personal limits.

Twelve months ago Francesco, the marketing guy behind Inspector, came to us confident that new applications of AI could give a positive boost to these efforts.

After a year of training and experiments, the first concrete result is the “Introduction to Application Monitoring” course. With the help of AI we are able to publish beautiful educational contents in audio-video format that is far more enjoyable to consume for a wider audience, rather than endless walls of text.

Improve your Developer Experience

This is a video course of 14 lectures that help you understand the true role Application Monitoring plays in the developer’s life and how to choose the right tools to address your specific scenario.

As developers, you spend a lot of time creating user experiences that provide value to your customers. Ideally these experiences are so good that people want to keep using them. You need to think about not only how your tech stack will enable solving problems for customers, but also how it helps developers solve their development problems.

After all developers are users too, and they are one of the most important drivers of business value. If they can’t work smoothly, or they are not happy with your work environment, your customers won’t be happy either.

From the beginning of this experience we have been committed to making it easier for our technical department to share skills and experiences with the outside world. We simply want to help other developers not only with our product but also as a human and professional.

Here is the link to the article that introduce the course:

Francesco is also working with other authors around the world to give our users exclusive access to other great resources.

Our goal is to make Inspector a place that brings value to your developer experience beyond the product itself. Imagine having exclusive access to the secrets of top CTOs and Team Leaders – authentic code rockstars. We’re about to reveal what makes their code truly extraordinary.

Join us now, Monitor your applications for free and become part of a global community of developers.

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