#SpeedOfLife Week Two Recap

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May 20, 2021 by Nikema Prophet

Tweets, Clips, and Double the Livestreams

In week two, we shared some awesome clips from my #SpeedOfLife interviews. Additionally, we had a bonus live stream with Kelsey Hightower. To date, there has been an element of chaos in each live stream. I’ve got two more planned, so two chances to get through a smooth stream 🤞🏾.

The Armory Crew is Chiming In

I shared clips from my chats with Becky Jaimes (Chief of Staff) and Margaret Francis (COO). It was nice to hear their personalized perspectives on #SpeedOfLife.

Reminder, You Can Join the Conversation on Twitter

Jeff Barr and Isaac Mosquera did. Just use the hashtag #SpeedOfLife and share what coding at the speed of life means to you.

We’re chatting with the community for the month of May. I’d love to hear your point of view. See you next week!

 

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