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Newsletter of AppForce1 - Issue #24

Newsletter of AppForce1 - Issue #24
By AppForce1 · Jeroen Leenarts • Issue #24 • View online
Right after my vacation it was heads down mode again. At my work, we had a sort of restructuring of the group I am a part of. And this meant a lot of things have changed in how my day to day looks. I now lead developer experience at Stream within Developer Relations. This involved setting up a lot of project related things. From Developer Experience we work very closely with developer advocacy and because of this we chose to set up a shared task board. This way we can easily hand over work or share the workload for specific tasks.
I already had a lot of podcast work I needed to do last week, so I couldn’t fit a recording session for my regular episode. But, I do have a really cool special episode I did with Josh Holtz from RevenueCat. Keep an eye out for that one later this week. If all goes well, it should be done soon. I put in some extra effort to the RevenueCat episode. I hope it will be an inspiring episode making you think about ways to monetize your apps with either a tip jar, a subscription or anything you can come up with really.
Next week there is yet another trip planned for my family and me. So hanging in there. I have a really nice interview lined up in the next two weeks right before travelling to 360iDev.
The next 6 weeks are shaping up to be super exciting in terms of travels, work, and just overall everything. My daughter is starting at her new school. I have shared a bit about that before. Of all the things,this has to be the one thing that I am most hopeful about. For her, Lisa. I hope she can finally got to class with a group of peers with whom she can feel comfortable and just be her awesome self again.
Till next time!

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