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Panel: “Postman Collections as Part of Your Developer Experience”

Panel: “Postman Collections as Part of Your Developer Experience”

Authors of public Postman collections share tips and insights for curating the educational experience for new and experienced users.

Jayson DeLancey, Developer Relations at Dolby Laboratories

Jayson DeLancey

Developer Relations

Dolby Laboratories

Marcel Ribas, Developer Evangelist at Dropbox

Marcel Ribas

Developer Evangelist


Nicolas Grenié, Developer Advocate at Typeform

Nicolas Grenié

Developer Advocate


Julia Biro, Developer Advocate at Vonage

Julia Biro

Developer Advocate


Jessica Garson, Developer Advocate at Twitter

Jessica Garson

Developer Advocate


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