I work remotely. An annual conference relevant to my work is going to happen in my town. My manager has said that we can go, but only if my coworker can stay with me at my house (i.e., only if there ...
It's my first month at a new job, and my managers sent me to an (expensive) conference overseas to learn about a new market segment I want to impress them by sending a summary email with notes from ...
I work in Israel for a large American company and will be traveling abroad to a conference for work. The conference finishes on Friday, so most people will fly home on Saturday; but as an observant ...
I'll be starting my first job out of college soon. However, one of my professors from college and I agreed that I should attend a conference where I published a paper and present it. The problem is ...
I'm currently with employer X and my abstract was accepted to a somewhat prestigious conference very relevant to X. I have an offer from company Y, which is in a completely different industry from X, ...
My company won't be paying me to attend any industry conferences this year. Is it worth spending a week of vacation time and more than a thousand dollars to attend one? Is it a reasonable ...
I really enjoy teaching other people about new technologies and I am good at explaining things. However, in a lot of conferences I go to, speakers have decades of experience in something, whereas I am ...
In the past a conference I've been involved with had a problem with one presenter calling another presenter a gendered slur on Twitter preceding the conference. At the time we had no code of conduct ...
The organizer for a programming conference is wondering how to release tickets in a way that's fair for people in all timezones. He's wanting people from all around the world to attend (and there's ...
My Intent: Interested in attending an industry conference to just learn about "other parts" of the same industry but has nothing to do with my day to day tasks at work. My goal: Become aware of other ...