Codepen is a super handy online utility primarily for frontend developers, to fast prototype and showcase fun stuff within the inspiring community of developers. Since I am a front-end developer and working for a company that has a realtime messaging service I decided to make something.
Recently the company I work for decided that they needed to redesign the architecture of the website, as this caused a vaccum in our production cycle while the foundations where argued and architecture thunk, and so to my absolute delight I was given the opportunity to visit a different team in the organisation. The DevRel team.
DevRel stands for Developer Relations, and the team is tasked with creating tutorials to demonstrate our product, and attend talks and seminars and interact with the community of developers at large. Mostly they invent stuff to showcase a feature or framework, the majority of the stuff is web tech, and the team also reached out to external experts for skills they do not have in house, for example a C# tutorial might use a freelancer.