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@Scott - glad the theme resonates with you, as it would. The scale of this conference is too big and the wow factor obscures the how stuff.

@Chuck - ditto, how nice to be in the same place having a conversation.

@Jeffrey - for years, I used the content like Italians use meals: to draw people to the conversation.

@Scott - I agree 100% that it's about people. On the other hand, the content and the panels are what give the conference structure, what make the connections possible.

Totally agree with Justin. It's almost all about the connections. Good to finally meet you in person, Valeria.

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