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Virtual TechCrunch Disrupt 2020 launched yesterday, the flagship event from Silicon Valley tech edit’s biggest brand. Overall, it went well — so much so that it’s hard to imagine F2F events ever again being produced as they were before the pandemic.
Among the Red Hat Virtual Summit attendees this week was veteran open source freelancer Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols. Here are his thoughts.
Attending Red Hat Virtual Summit 2020 was fascinating and, at times, fun. But we could see how demanding journalists could have been frustrated. Here are two journalists’ views of the experience.
Red Hat Nation should have converged on San Francisco this week for the annual Red Hat Summit. Instead, it peered into its screens from all over the world, connecting to the first Red Hat Virtual Summit. Was the Summit worth it to Red Hat?
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