We’re assembling a team of developers passionate about building connected applications and inspiring their communities.

Embark on a journey of exploration and get access to pre-release products, learn from API experts, improve your technical communication skills, and support your peers.

What perks come with being part of the Program?

As an official Voyager, you’ll join a crew of like-minded developers with exclusive access to:

  • Pre-release products
  • Mentorship and learning opportunities with Vonage developer advocates, product managers, engineers and more
  • Training to improve your content creation skills and access to our platforms to expand your reach
  • Limited edition swag
  • Other fantastic opportunities to learn from and share with your communities

How does a Voyager contribute?

Voyagers help developers build powerful applications. Here’s how you can contribute:

  • Participate in pre-release product feedback sessions, such as online hack days
  • Create content showcasing how you’re using Vonage APIs together with other technologies
  • Contribute to our Open Source projects and provide feedback on developer documentation
  • Help other developers on the Vonage Developer Community Slack and other platforms
  • Support your developer community by letting us know how we can help

What is required to become a Voyager?

To participate in the Vonage Voyagers program you must:

  • Be fluent in written and spoken English
  • Be over 18 years old and have a Vonage API account
  • Show how you’ve used Vonage APIs to create content for your peers or to build communications into your projects
  • Demonstrate expertise within a specific developer community or area
  • Display empathy and understanding when trying to help others grasp technological concepts or solve issues

Discover the Vonage Voyagers

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Héctor Zelaya

Software engineer, hobbyist musician and happy husband. Consultant working on DevOps, programming and technical writing.

@inuxero nuxero El Salvador
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Michael Owolabi

I am a Software Engineer from Lagos, Nigeria. I also write technical articles in a bid to make learning process easier for others. I love to travel and enjoy adventure when not writing code/articles

@iMichaelOwolabi iMichaelOwolabi Lagos, Nigeria
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Luis Cuauhtemoc Martinez

API Developer, CLK 500 enthusiast/owner, and a JavaScript Lover. I spend my time working romotely for Jetson.AI. When I’m out and about you can catch me cruising behind the wheel or on the board!

luiscmartinez Los Angeles, California
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Mary Jo Staebler

Web Designer & Developer, Twitch Streamer, Coffee Addict. Create online solutions for business that help them grow.

@MaryJoStaebler MaryJoStaebler USA / Washington
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Victor Steven

Software engineer. Technical writer. Prefers working on the backend and building scalable APIs. Love playing basketball.

@stevensunflash victorsteven Lagos, Nigeria
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Gabriel Cruz

Computer Science Undergraduate, Technical Writer, Parkour Traceur and a proud member of the LGBT community. Spreading love and compassion in tech.

@gmelodiecruz gmelodie Londrina, Brazil
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Henry Shepherdson

Team leader, mentor and tech developer. I value uplifting myself and others. I love // learning, building, creating, teaching, connecting.

FPMedia South Africa, Gauteng
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Naomi Pentrel

Senior Communications Engineer at MongoDB, occasional blogger, crocheter, and hacker. Previously engineer at Google, Microsoft, and Bloomberg.

@naomi_pen npentrel Netherlands
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Sudipto Ghosh

Computer Science Undergraduate Student. Experience in WebDev and ML. Love to learn, innovate and build things.

@ScientificGhosh sudiptog81 New Delhi, India

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need to use Vonage APIs to apply?

Yes, you’ll need to have used Vonage APIs, whether for work or for personal projects, or contributed to one of our GitHub repositories to apply to be a Voyager.

How long is the program?

Becoming a Voyager comes with a one year tenure. Within that one year you’ll need to participate in a number of activities to be eligible for renewal. You can withdraw from the program at any time.

Is there compensation provided for Voyagers?

No, participation in the program has no financial compensation attached, what you gain is professional development opportunities. As part of Voyagers, you’ll have the opportunity to apply to the Developer Spotlight program that provides monetary reward, or the chance to donate the amount to a charity, for blog writing.

What does a typical month look like?

Each month there are a number of activities available for Voyagers to join such as webinars, discussions, online hackdays and more. It’s up to you how involved you want to be. The program was built with busy professionals in mind.

Get in touch

Do you have a question about Vonage Voyagers?

Drop us an email at voyagers[at]vonage.com.

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