SPTECHCON 2012 was a great event which took on new energy since it was moved from Burlingame, CA directly into San Fran city limits which presented new opportunities for speakers and vendors to explore such a great Bay Area city.
My first session was Understanding SharePoint 2010 Roles and Responsibilities. This session was the largest audience that I’ve presented for at a SharePoint conference. It was great to field many great questions and the feedback and additions to this session will be as follows:
*Release Roles and Responsibilities breakdown document outlining key skillsets
needed for each key player on a SharePoint project
*Deliver features from the standpoint of “What does each role need to know?” and ”How will things change?”
My 2nd session was directly after the first, which marked my first instance of speaking back-to-back at a SharePoint conference. I can tell you that my recent experiences of teaching 8 hour SharePoint Power User and Site Owner courses have provided me with the endurance to complete this feat.
My 2nd session was titled: Real World SharePoint 2010 Social Computing Adoption Strategies. I actually felt more energy going into the 2nd session. This presentation relies heavily on demos. I was happy to have ended the session exactly on time, which was an area I am working on perfecting.
Please view the slide decks for both SPTECHCON sessions here:
I had a great time and improved as a Speaker as a result of the experience.
Thanks to David, Katie, and staff for putting together an awesome conference!