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GRTiQ Podcast: 64 Cami Ramos Garzon

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Today I’m speaking with Cami Ramos Garzon. As you may already know, Cami recently joined Edge & Node, a Core Dev team working on The Graph, where she’ll be working alongside Nader Dabit, a former guest of the podcast, in the important role of developer relations.

If you’re active on Twitter or TikTok, then you likely already follow Cami and know about her move to Edge & Node. Cami is widely respected in the developer community and she also gained some early notice in The Graph ecosystem when she published a blog titled “The Complete Guide to Getting Started with The Graph” back in February.

During our discussion, Cami talked about her journey into tech, which included some time at PayPal and an incredible story of how she became one of the first dev rels there. We also talk about her role at Edge & Node, her vision for The Graph and Web3, and her inspiring non-profit work at STEMTank.

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