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Posts Tagged "DevLearn"

Apparently I’ve been ‘a bit quiet’

Whilst having a Skype chat a few days ago the person I was speaking to suggested that my blogging frequency had died down a bit. I checked my stats for the same time period as last year and the number of posts have indeed come down slightly…

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Podcast #26: One month on…

Craig chats with Bianca Woods about what they took away from Devlearn 12, but more importantly what they’ve been able to implement back in their organisations in the 6 weeks since Devlearn concluded.

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What happened in Vegas, won’t stay in Vegas – thanks to #Devlearn

I’ve spent the best part of last week in Las Vegas attending DevLearn 2012, so as is customary, I thought I’d provide you with a run-down of the sessions I attended…

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I’m off to #DevLearn – would you like to come with me?

Weeeeeell not exactly come *with* me, more of a ‘would you like me to ask any questions on your behalf whilst I’m there‘ (let’s be honest, you probably wouldn’t enjoy it and I’m sure you’ve got better things to be doing next week) Why not take a look at the sessions I’m attending and let know via the comments section below (please include the hashtag #DevLearn) if there’s anything you’d like me to enquire about on your behalf. Of course I can’t promise to ask every question or indeed guarantee a reply, but I’ll do what I can….     Evidence-based Training: No Yellow Brick Road Taking Video to the Next Level Building mLearning for iPads Using HTML5 and iBooks Author Super-charging Google Sales Readiness with Gamification and Social Media Developing a Multi-year Learning and Development Technology Strategy Measuring the Impact of Social Learning   Image...

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I’m speaking at #DevLearn 12…

It appears that US conferences have a slightly different view of accepting vendors as speakers compared with the UK conference circuit, which meant that following my submission of a proposal to speak at DevLearn 2012 I was pleasantly surprised to be accepted as a speaker at this years conference.

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