A Guide to Virtual Workshops

Since the COVID-19 pandemic started I’ve done a number of virtual events (I shared my thoughts on being successful with them last week) but earlier this week I did something new, I ran a two-day workshop as part of the NDC Melbourne virtual event programming.
Started day 1 of @slace’s #React workshop at @NDC_Conferences Melbourne Online! pic.twitter.com/78XzRE4w3m
— Melissa Houghton ✈ in Perth (@meliss_houghton) July 27, 2020 The workshop was the React for Beginners workshop that I’ve been running as part of NDC Sydney for the past few years (and originally created with Jake Ginnivan) but normally it’s done in person in person, so I wanted to do a write up on how I ran it virtually, what worked and where I feel there’s room for improvement.

Since the COVID-19 pandemic started I’ve done a number of virtual events (I shared my thoughts on being successful with them last week) but earlier this week I did something new, I ran a two-day workshop as part of the NDC Melbourne virtual event programming. Started day 1 of @slace's #React workshop at @NDC_Conferences Melbourne Online! pic.twitter.com/78XzRE4w3m — Melissa Houghton ✈ in Perth (@meliss_houghton) July 27, 2020 The workshop was the React for Beginners workshop that I’ve been running as part of NDC Sydney for the past few years (and originally created with Jake Ginnivan) but normally it’s done in person in person, so I wanted to do a write up on how I ran it virtually, what worked and where I feel there’s room for improvement.
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