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In the working world, people go to conferences and meetings all the time. But how many of them are any good, and how can you tell?
TidBITS-Talk discussion list, Kevin Dillon has two good suggestions:
What did you learn that you did not know before this conference?
What will you do differently back in the office as a result of this conference?
while Chris Pepper adds:
Did you leave the conference with anything useful?
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