Today we start discussing Joe’s preparations for his talk at 360iDev, only to be joined midway through by the organizer of 360iDev, John Wilker. We talk about the differences between an online and in-person event and the importance of supporting online events during this year of the pandemic. Then John Wilker joins us to explain how this year will be different, what he’s doing to help attendees avoid “Zoom fatigue”, and some of the tools he’s using to run an online conference.
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Show Notes and Links
- 360iDev – The annual iOS-focused conference organized by John Wilker. Use discount code RELEASENOTES to get 25% off your ticket.
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