Sitting in the Salt Lake City airport waiting to board my flight to head back to Philadelphia, I am trying to wrap my head around the last few days I spent at Domopalooza. Perhaps I am having trouble putting my thoughts together because of pure exhaustion from attending the two concerts in two nights that Domo hosted as part of the conference. Perhaps it is due to the amount of useful information that was provided in the breakout sessions. Perhaps it is due to the inspiring words spoken by the keynote speakers Nate Silver, Edwin Catmull and Theo Epstein. Whatever the reason, my head is spinning at the moment.
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