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Are EmberSessions before Sparks sessions? I am already pretty familiar with the software so wouldn't be looking for the basics but rather for expanding my knowledge even further. Do they match you with similar people in the sessions based on experience?
They are similar to Sparks, most people do Embers and then move onto Sparks; but I think you can jump straight into Sparks in some situations. I'm in Sparks and really enjoy them, it's other companies (non-competitors) coming together on topics, and communicating what's worked for them, what hasn't worked for them, tips and tricks to do things differently (ect). I've really enjoyed them.