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You no longer live in a world where one career for your entire life is possible. So you must learn to take non-traditional approaches to building a career and community you love. How? Well, consider that you’re the sum of the people you spend the most time with. So why not spend time being influenced by the brightest people from – not only your city, but – the entire world? That’s a mission that Robyn Larsen, developer, entrepreneur, and former nuclear engineer embarked on when she cast off her bowlines and became a remote-working, global inhabitant. Learn from her journey and change the way you work, live, and play.

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You no longer live in a world where one career for your entire life is possible. So you must learn to take non-traditional approaches to building a career and community you love. How? Well, consider that you’re the sum of the people you spend the most time with. So why not spend time being influenced by the brightest people from – not only your city but – the entire world? That’s a mission that Robyn Larsen, developer, entrepreneur, and former nuclear engineer embarked on when she cast off her bowlines and became a remote-working, global inhabitant. Learn from her journey and change the way you work, live, and play.

Robyn Larsen is a former nuclear engineer turned front-end developer, entrepreneur, mentor, speaker, and advisor. Robyn is an active community member who advises numerous startups across multiple industries and frequently mentors women in tech and STEM. She is a member of the Technical Advisory Group (TAG) with Microsoft and actively serves on multiple nonprofit boards. Her tools of choice are product strategy, responsive design, HTML5, CSS3, SVGs and JavaScript. You can find her flying between San Francisco, Toronto and Alberta for client work and surfing waves in Central America during her spare time.

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