Great stuff. I totally agree that one doesn't have to have the title of Developer Advocate. Many people speak publicly and teach others while working a traditional engineering role. If one wants to do these things they shouldn't wait for someone to give them the permission to do it. They should just start doing the things they think will help others.
Yep, this is so true. It seems as though many roles seem to be converging, sharing responsibility, or less defined when looking at this space.
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