This workshop is free and includes a catered lunch. It will be held on Friday, January 23, from 9am to 4pm. There is no cost to the workshop, but there is a capacity limit of 110 people for the room. If you want to attend, sign up now so you have a spot.
If you change your mind and decide to cancel, you can “cancel your order,” in EventBrite terms. For those who sign up after the room hits capacity, there will be a wait list. If we hit capacity and then people cancel, more spots will open up for those who are waitlisted.
Sarah is coming all the way from Sydney, Australia to give this workshop (as well as attend other Google-related events at headquarters). If you’ve attended any presentations by Sarah previously, you know she’s an articulate presenter who communicates clearly and maintains an awareness of her audience. It should be a great workshop. Sign up now before the workshop fills up.
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