Aphinya Dechalert

Software. Seo. And everything else in between.

Effective dev advocacy requires a mixed bag of experience, connections, and skills. I build communities through content and connection. That’s me in a nutshell.

Software development is the act of turning ideas into something tangible. Software advocacy is about connecting people and users to digital creation. Software advocacy requires a different kind of skill set. It requires an understanding of the development communities, the technologies they use, the potential users, where they hang out, and how to get their attention without being pushy.

Content & SEO

I connect with communities and developers through words. Words is my jam. Here is a comprehensive list of content I’ve published with places and spaces like TabNine, Layercode, and WhiteSource.

Communities & Reach

Over the past few years, I’ve been writing on my own blog and Medium. It’s grown to ~60k monthly visits combined and ~17k followers. My best-performing article was 97k views over 14 days.

Skills & Experience

My skills include fullstack JavaScript with AWS and real-world business-based software development. I’ve worked extensively in and with startups and am well versed in all things agile. If you have an idea or general outline of something in mind, I can help you fill in the gaps.

How to get in touch

Message me on LinkedIn with your questions and ideas, and I’ll get back to you as soon as I see it. I’m always open to collaboration and opportunities to run experiments.