“Community” is a term often bandied about in tech circles, but what does it mean? Where is this community? What is Community’s hit point max, magic rating, and XP to next level? Does it have special abilities? How can individuals best connect with, contribute to, and benefit from the greater technical community? And also what is the end goal? So many questions! I don’t have all of the answers but I may have a few, so join us and let’s share some community skillz.

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Kendra Jones at 09:44 on 4 May 2019

Energetic, down to earth. Loved the action items to leave with.

Darren Wright at 09:44 on 4 May 2019

Excellent talk, lots of energy, terminology, and take-aways.

Eric Poe at 09:50 on 4 May 2019

This would have been a better keynote at the start of the conference (hint! hint! future organizers). Great advice for first-time conference attendees and long-timers, too.

Jessica Roth at 09:50 on 4 May 2019

I really enjoyed the enthusiasm and energy.

Chris Holland at 10:16 on 4 May 2019

Outstanding talk, chock-full of very useful information to develop new connections, grow friendships and finding meaningful ways to nurture relationships. Experiencing this talk was like drinking thru a firehose of amazingness.

Roger Creasy at 10:28 on 4 May 2019

Energetic! I have to start with that one word. What a terrific talk! Margaret pushes out a ton of knowledge. Great information on how to grow relationships and join, or even create, networks. Every conference attendee everywhere should see this talk.

Excellent projection and enunciation. Clear and concise talk. Inspiring.

Great talk, I loved Margaret's energy and love for the community and she made great points on how to improve the community.

Bobby Cahill at 14:33 on 4 May 2019

I came into this talk half-asleep and Margaret fixed that real quick. I'm still energized 6 hours later! Awesome talk, great side deck, great energy and so much good info. My favorite talk of the conference so far!

Marion Sartor at 16:33 on 4 May 2019

Very good talk of benefits of technical community and how it can become more than just "technical" community. Loved hearing your story.