I (and several other devs) have been working 12-14 hours a day (from home) for the past six months. My company recently made some webinars available to employees to help address this issue. As it turned out, the one that I signed up for was run out of Australia (only) at 2am ET.
... I would attend only if I (a) knew in advance what I was getting out of it, OR (b) it was crucial to my job. Life is too short to waste it on every marketing critter that has mastered the Art of Spam.
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It's hard to find ones which are worth the time, so I generally don't bother.
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I have checked some options but it might get all simplified to only one sentence...
"I would attend if I can and it is worth my time"
I think that being able to ask things "live" is an important thing
if asking is not easy or not even possible... then, no doubt:
I'd watch it on-demand afterwards. I'm too booked to stick to their schedule
If something has a solution... Why do we have to worry about?. If it has no solution... For what reason do we have to worry about?
Help me to understand what I'm saying, and I'll explain it better to you
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