Please check out my FoxShow interview with Rick Schummer, Tamar Granor and Doug Hennig about the upcoming Virtual FoxFest conference. The conference is spread out over three days in October with speakers from around the world. Since it's over three days, it's easy to attend and definitely affordable. It's also using Hopin, a virtual conferencing tool I've never heard of here.
If you haven't been keeping up with the news around the Fox community, the Southwest Fox conference has gone digital now showing up as Virtual FoxFest . At $49, it's a steal and a great way to learn some new ideas and get inspired. While the reasoning for this change is fairly obvious with the year of COVID - for me, this is something that has been a long time coming. I appreciate many people's needs for a physical conference but the world is very large and it's difficult to get people from around the world into a single physical location. I recently attended a single-track conference via YouTube (a Quasar conference). YouTube's Live stream provided a very handy way to watch, rewind and communicate with people online. While Tamar, Doug and Rick are still making decisions related to the streaming platform, there are lots of great options available. I'm really looking forward to it. The FoxPro community has also really felt its international roots