Sometimes email can be a real drag. It can be people wanting you to do work. Or maybe it’s another Nigerian Prince needing my help getting money out of the country. You just never know what you’re going to find when you open the old inbox.
Friday was a good day though. Friday morning I saw an email with this subject line:
SharePoint Conference 2014: Content Suggestion Accepted
I was a little leery. I was afraid it was Shane pulling a prank on me, like that time he sent me an email saying I’d won the lottery. After a quick read though, I realized it was legitimate. I had not one, not two, but three sessions accepted for the SharePoint Conference in March. That’s the good news. The bad news it that you’ll have to put up with Shane during the sessions too.
Here is the full list of what we’ll be doing. As the abstracts and schedules become public I’ll update all that.
Session: Load testing SharePoint 2013 using Visual Studio 2013
Session: The nuts and bolts of upgrading to SharePoint 2013
Session: Using Windows PowerShell with SharePoint 2013 and SharePoint Online
I’m also going to try to record my Netcast live some time during show. If you want to be in the audience for that keep your eyes out for those details. I’ll also try to get involved with anything else I can.
If you’re going to be at SPC please find me and say Hi. I’m a pretty friendly guy.