#FAIL So… attempts at live blogging throughout the conference were foiled (so bear with me as you get a stream of tardy to the party delayed broadcasts). Part of the issue was the incredible amount of discussion and interaction that the Women in Technology...
I noticed when registering at mySPC the high number of sessions tagged as ECM (27, I believe). Unusual for a conference *not* devoted to enterprise content management or knowledge management, this was the single highest session type (the other high tag...
I hope I have better luck today. Yesterday due to technical difficulties, I was only able to post one session review.
Session #SPC208 – Tuesday, October 3 @9:00 am – presented by John Rymer, Forrester Vice President and Principal Analyst
About Me: I’m thrilled to be a part of the SPC11 Live Blog crew here – it’s a great way to bring to the conference to the masses, crowdsource information, and make the experience more interactive. My name is Marie-Michelle Strah and...
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It took me a long, looooong evening to decide what sessions I want to attend. And at midnight I ended up with 42 sessions in my MySPC agenda. Aaargh!
It took me another couple of hours to end up with 1 session for each timeslot. But I finally made it...
Before I start blogging about everything SharePoint and SharePoint conference, let me first introduce myself so you know where I’m coming from (geographically and knowledge wise…).
My name is Ernst Wolthaus and I’m a SharePoint consultant...
I’d like to thank Dave Coleman for this opportunity to be a guest blogger on SharePontEduTech. I’ve just recently gotten into the blogging world with my own blog, and I will be updating that one as well during the SharePoint Conference.
So far the turn out for live blogging has been great so I thought I would share with you the details of all the bloggers involved so far including their twitter handles so you can follow what is going on.
The Hashtag to follow for the live blogs will...