In short, I had a great time! My first shift was videographer, so I got to witness 3 amazing speakers (while keeping an eye on the video recording equipment) — Michelle Schulp, Alexis Findiesen, and Sang-Min Yoon. Some notes I jotted down were to look up Brad Frost and Sketch, and play around more with SVGs.
Next was lunch, so of course I picked the longest line for the DC Empanadas food truck (which was delicious). While waiting I talked to a few people in line with me, and although it was hot, it was nice to be outside. I also had some time before my next shift to check out the venue and sponsor tables.
My second and third shifts were helping to hand out t-shirts and working the registration table. By this time most of the attendees had already checked in and gotten their swag, so it wasn’t as busy as I thought — but was still cool to chat with different people (including fellow volunteers). During some downtime I found out there’s a WordCamp Baltimore this October, so I signed up to volunteer there as well!