Forgive me: I know a lot of you asked to attend last night, even though it was sold out – and I turned you away! Now I feel silly, because there were actually about 5-10 spare seats, because of no-shows. Really sorry about that.
We used to allow for a 10% drop-off rate – until that crowdfunding event – if you were there, you’ll remember how crazy crowded the room was, as everyone showed up. From then, we’ve been stricter on numbers.
In future, if you know you might not make it to an event, I’d love it if you could let me know – you can reach me any time on email@example.com
To those who did come (filled in the survey yet?) – how awesome is Rob Fitzpatrick?! I always feel so engaged, entertained and educated when I hear one of his talks – he makes the room laugh, yet everyone walks away feeling smarter.
Seems like that was the general vibe:
We’ll have the video available soon (currently being edited) and the transcripts (ditto) and we’ll post them as a new blog post, when we do.
Thanks to Tom S. for the wonderfully generous gesture of filming and editing – massively appreciated.
For now, the slides can be found here, on Dex.io.
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