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Conferences are an integral part of the Go community, but the experience of conferences has remained the same even as the value propositions change. In this episode we discuss what conferences generally provide, how value propositions have changed, and what changes conference organizers could make to realign their conference experience to a new set of value propositions.
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(00:00) - It's Go Time!
(00:44) - Welcoming our guests
(01:46) - Does Andy believe in UFOs??
(02:23) - A new way of doing conferences
(08:50) - Value proposition for the speakers
(12:13) - The value proposition for the attendees
(17:45) - The hallway track
(22:21) - Access to the speaker
(24:23) - The enthusiasm lost when presenting virtually
(30:57) - Do you even need speakers?
(42:36) - Onboarding new conference goers
(46:04) - Food at conferences
(54:11) - It's time for Unpopular Opinions!
(54:46) - Angelica's unpop
(58:20) - Andy's first unpop
(1:00:52) - A second unpop from Andy?!
(1:07:09) - Andy's third unpop!
(1:08:59) - Ian's unpop
(1:13:24) - Gotta go!
(1:13:56) - Next time on Go Time