Last month I wrote a post about extracting learning from a conference you are not attending. In it I explored a number of ways that non-attendees can learn a great deal, even without attending a conference. This week, I put much of those theories to practice, following the backchannel for the DevLearn10 conference. This blog […]
I would love it if my job allowed me to attend any conference i want without limitations, but the daily requirements of work and budget constraints make that impossible. That doesn’t mean I can’t gain knowledge from a conference simply because I am not physically unable to attend. While there may not (yet) be a […]
I have worked as a training director in two companies. In my previous role, I managed a group of 13 trainers and instructional designers. In my current role, I am what many would call a “department of one“. I never really cared for that label, as it almost seemed to imply “There’s only so much […]
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