AppForce1: news and info for iOS app developers

Recovering after a conference

November 20, 2022 Jeroen Leenarts Episode 96
AppForce1: news and info for iOS app developers
Recovering after a conference
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Show Notes

In this episode, I’m going to talk about:

This episode is something special. According to the stats of my podcast hosting provider, this is my 200th episode. And what a ride I had between this episode and my previous one. My last episode was published two and a half weeks ago. And a lot of things happened since then.

  • I was still preparing for Do iOS on November 3 and 4.
  • Had a weekend I kept going over my notes for Do iOS.
  • Then the Do iOS workshop started with Daniel Steinberg and I was collecting and bringing some of the material we needed for Do iOS to Amsterdam. For lunch, I stopped at the workshop to check in on things and talk to a few people to get the vibe of the crowd at the workshop. It was pretty good.
  • Then it was November 8. Do iOS day. I was the stage host the entire day, but we started with onboarding everyone at the door. I spoke a few words with all attendees at registration. Then an entire day of talks, making sure catering was taken care of, taking care of little issues. And making sure we kept a good pace. At the end we had a nice social drink with all attendees and a typical small Dutch snack.
  • Evening of the first conf day, we had a sort of casual diner, and it got a bit out of hand. We raided a restaurant and stressed out kitchen staff with such a big unannounced group. We smoothed this one over by indicating to prioritize other tables and to serve all my guest's food when ready. So we a

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