Survival Guide for Big Conferences

Making the most of in-person events in a post-pandemic world

How do you know when you are not in shape? You know, when something that is usually easy for you becomes much harder. Most of us think about fitness, but “in shape” can refer to any skill, like playing a musical instrument, writing code, or recertifying your AWS certifications.

Physical fitness is certainly on my mind given my general lack of any fitness routine during the pandemic. I can feel it in climbing stairs, short bursts of running, or…

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Thoughts on developers, digital transformation, startups, community building & engineering culture. Author is Mark Birch @ AWS 👉 https://twitter.com/marksbirch

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