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Hasty Treat - Workshops

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In this Hasty Treat, Scott and Wes talk about how to give a killer workshop, as well as benefits and best practices!

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Show Notes

3:00 - Types of workshops

  • Public
  • Private

4:29 - Choosing a topic

  • Create original content
  • Create custom content for companies

5:55 - Building content

  • Choose seven to eight different little things
    • ES6
    • Progressive web apps
  • Build a single application throughout the day, introducing a new feature or two at a time and then implementing it into your own application
    • Gatsby website
    • React Beer application
    • React Notes Application
  • Process:
    • Build the app
    • Rewind back to starter files
    • Build it again while writing notes
    • Follow your own notes to see if it makes sense

13:25 - General information

  • How long should it be?
  • Fixed price vs split cost
  • How many people?

16:46 - Other Tips:

  • Break away from your app and show other apps using - gives better context
  • Stop often and ask if anyone needs help
  • Give large breaks
  • Give challenges for those who need more to do
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