I’ve spent a lot of time chatting with NYC Contentful users about their experiences using our software, and I've been hearing a lot about the pitfalls that editors and developers experience when setting up previews. Editors and developers both interact with the same projects, but their experiences with those projects are completely different.
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Contentful participated in Girls' Day, an event aimed at encouraging more girls and women to consider careers in tech.
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