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Online tech event this Thurs: don’t be a stranger. TechReckoning Dispatch V5N4

Aug 6, 2019 Hi fellow human, Join us for TechReckoning Fest 3, our next online event, this Thursday, Aug 8 at noon PDT / 3pm EDT / 8pm BST. This is a follow-up to last year’s TechReckoning vExpertFests, which were loads of fun. Register here for an invite » You’ll get 90 minutes of so of fast-paced tech talks and interviews, both from vendors and from the technical community. We will try to mathematically solve the simultaneous equations that determine how a presentation can be both super technical and yet end in just 20 minutes. This event is focused around…

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TechReckoning Insiders

We’re starting a new group called the TechReckoning Insiders for technologists who are active in their community. The Insiders will help you learn more deeply, meet more people in the industry, and move forward in your career. Membership is free. You'll receive a regular email update and have access to private community space. We'll send out some cool insider invitations for opportunities like briefings, events, licenses, and training. More info on the TechReckoning Insiders.

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Real Job Talk

TechReckoning's newest podcast. Kat Troyer and Liz Bronson talk about jobs, careers, and what's not said at the water cooler.

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  • Episode 23: Listener Question: What do you do if your boss is unethical? November 5, 2019
    We have a letter! This one addresses an issue that happens too often in the workplace: an unethical boss from a friend who signed off as, “My Boss is a Fraud With a Nice Car”. Ugh. The bottom line for our friend: it’s time for a new job! People act funny for all sorts of […]

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