MicroConf On Air: Key Takeaways from MicroConf Growth 2022 in Minneapolis

April 20, 2022 00:42:55
MicroConf On Air: Key Takeaways from MicroConf Growth 2022 in Minneapolis
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In this episode, Rob Walling (@robwalling) chats with Tony Chan (@toeknee123) from CloudForecast.io about key takeaways from the recent MicroConf Growth in Minneapolis. 

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Tickets for MicroConf Remote 4.0:$$$, on May 3-5th are on sale at microconf.com/remote

Also, tickets for our next MicroConf Local:London on May 18 are on sale here: https://microconf.com/local-london  

 

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