Welcome to the 59th edition of Community Digest. Today, we talk about the growth journey of Supabase. You will also find updates and resources that you shouldn’t miss!
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For a name that was inspired by Nicki Minaj’s hilarious yet iconic hit single, Supabase seems rather adept at what they do than what their first impression might be like on most people. What sounds like a loosely built mobile game is in fact a one-man army taking on Google’s giant Firebase; it’s an open-source alternative to Google Firebase.
1. Can community management principles support product-led growth? - Hear what Jeff Coyle, Co-Founder and Chief Strategy Officer of MarketMuse has to say!
2. Peers over Beers - Nicole Saunders, Director of Communities at Zendesk and Chris Detzel give their take on some training you can take to become a solid community manager!
3. The DEB Show - In this episode, host Debra Eckerling speaks with Christina Garnett, Christine Gritmon, and Dorien Morin-van Dam about Community Management. The group discusses how social media - and communities - have evolved, the future of social (including Web3), and so much more.
Community Events You Should Attend!
Episode 5 of The Community Show is LIVE! We have the awesome Helené van Tonder!
She is a community builder, writer, researcher, and project & operations manager, with specific experience in tech startups and media production!
"Most of all, I’m someone who works hard to understand other people, and deeply values good communication and compassion in places of work. Seeing other people flourish is what brings me joy and fulfilment." she says.
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