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Get developers excited about working with technology and help them create great solutions. The Red Hat OpenShift team is looking for a Developer Advocate to join us in North America. In this role, you will become an outstanding conference speaker, travel and meet developers from all backgrounds, and create fun sample applications that demonstrate how to use cloud technology. You’ll work as part of the Red Hat OpenShift team, which has the feel of a startup because of the excitement surrounding this rapidly evolving solution, but through Red Hat, it also has the support and resources of an established open source software company. As a Developer Advocate, you’ll need to be a persuasive communicator across multiple platforms, including public speaking, blogging, writing, and social media. This is an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic person who may not consider themselves an expert in any one technology, but has the passion for learning new things. Successful applicants must reside in a state where Red Hat is registered to do business.
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