Taylor Barnett is a Senior Community Engineer at Transposit. She is passionate about building great experiences with an emphasis on empathy and inclusion within product, documentation, and other community-focused projects.
After various software engineering roles, Taylor led Developer Relations at Stoplight, an API design management platform, and worked with the developer community, SDKs, and documentation at Keen, a data analytics API company. She has spoken on developer experience (including API design), SDKs, OpenAPI, developer empathy, and building developer communities at conferences such as O’Reilly OSCON, GlueCon, multiple API Strategy & Practices, API the Docs, API Specifications Conference, AlterConf, DevRelCon, DevXcon, Hackcon, and various meetups.
In her free time, she’s either climbing rocks with friends, trying to find the funkiest sour beers, or hanging out with her corgi, Yoda.
See more of my past speaking engagements on my website.
|Breaking Down Barriers to “Hello World”||DevRelCon San Francisco 2019||June 2019|
|Collaboratively Building Design-First APIs with OpenAPI||Gluecon||May 2019|
|Going to Infinity and Beyond Documentation with OpenAPI Specification (Longhorn PHP Edition)||Longhorn PHP||May 2019|
|Going to Infinity and Beyond Documentation with OpenAPI (DevNet Create Edition)||DevNet Create 2019||April 2019|
|Better API testing with the OpenAPI Specification||OSCON||July 2018|
|Things I Wish People Told Me About Writing Docs||API Strategy & Practice||October 2017|
|Creating a Great Developer Experience Through SDKs||API Strategy & Practice||November 2016|