A special thanks to our Livestream Sponsor:
Can’t make it to the conference? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. After years of fine-tuning the livestream experience with community groups around the globe, we’re offering a free livestream to any non-Bay Area group that has at least 5 people gathered together at a single location.
Here’s what you get:
- Access to watch all the main-stage talks and our most popular breakouts live on November 17 & 18. That includes all keynotes in the mornings, and our most popular breakouts in the afternoons.
- Full Q&A participation. We field questions via an online form, even for attendees in the room, and you share equal opportunity to ask questions. Livestreamers are not second-class citizens for Q&A.
- Moderated chat where you can connect with other livestreamers. Our livestream coordinator, Tam Pham, moderates a dedicated chat session with all the livestream participants. You’ll not only meet other remote attendees, but you also have Tam on hand to answer questions, make sure you have all the key info, and troubleshoot any technical problems.
We love building community so we encourage you to join one near you, or apply to add a new group. In the past, we have had over 200 hosts organize livestream viewing for 6,000+ people.
As an official host, all you need is a wired internet connection, a venue, and at least 5 people in your community to get started. Once we approve your application, you must share your venue details with us so that we can post your event in our Livestream Community page.
You can find a local group near you on our event description and we will continue to list official livestream hosts as soon as they start signing up. Be a leader in your community, and sign up as a host. One caveat: We intend the livestream for people who can’t attend in person due to prohibitive travel cost. If you’re based in the Bay Area, we ask you to join us in person. We aren’t offering livestream tickets for local groups.
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