Peers 2018 Sketchnotes

Our iOS team had the opportunity to attend Peers Conference for the first time this year, and had a fantastic experience. I plan on writing more about our experience and my thoughts, but I first wanted to post the sketchnotes that I took. ✍🏼

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Peers 2018 sketchnote 01

Peers 2018 sketchnote 02 Leanne Shapton—Intro to GraphQL Workshop

Peers 2018 sketchnote 03 Tanya Tarr—How to Negotiate with Difficult Personalities

Peers 2018 sketchnote 04 Garrett Winder—Productizing Web Services to Stabilize Business Cash Flow

Peers 2018 sketchnote 05 Charles Perry—Brute-Forcing Customer Acquisition with Cold Email

Peers 2018 sketchnote 06 Natalie & Anthony Armendariz, Jamie (& Ian) Landsman, Natalie & Chris Nagele—Partnership Panel: Making Marriage and Business Work

Peers 2018 sketchnote 07 Joe Rinaldi—Building a Reliable Business Development Process

Peers 2018 sketchnote 08 Eryn O’Neil—So You’re the Tech Lead? Now What?

Peers 2018 sketchnote 09 Cat Johnson—Online, But Alone: A Case for In-Person Communities

Peers 2018 sketchnote 10 Cecy Correa—The Psychology of Fake News (And What Tech Can Do About It)

Peers 2018 sketchnote 11 Manton Reece—Indie Microblogging

Peers 2018 sketchnote 12 Sameera Kapila—Desinging Diversity and Inclusion

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