Self-care for Developers

In the current world of WFH and virtual events, it's all the more important to look after ourselves and find new routines to maintain our physical & mental health. In this lightning talk we'll take a look at some tips to look after ourselves, particularly through the perspective of developers.


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Carole Rennie Logan

Carole Rennie Logan

Development Team Lead

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