As I mentioned earlier, blogging, public speaking and social media are very intertwined. There are many opportunities to tweet before, during and after a conference:
Sketchnoting has been an amazing way to engage people on twitter, both at the conference and beyond. If you want to try it, check out my blog post on Sketchnoting: An Engineer's Approach. Also take a look at the fast-motion video of the sketchnote being drawn.
I included some fictional tweets in my sketchnote, but here are some real ones:
@chiuki Android Layout 101 looks like a win.— Anna Filina (@afilina) August 30, 2012
Submitted to @DroidconNYC! Advanced Espresso: custom matchers, IdlingResource & more. Fav if you want to hear it!— Chiu-Ki Chan (@chiuki) April 18, 2015
Amazing how I manage to forget how to use my computer right before a talk. "Which hole does this video cable plug into?"— Julie Lerman (@julielerman) May 7, 2015
"After you do something that's out of your comfort zone, reflect on what you learned and tell yourself that you're awesome." #wsc2015conf— Emily Chen (@emchenNYC) March 19, 2015