Not Attending the Microsoft SharePoint Conference? How You Can Stay in Touch With What’s Happening at #SPC11

The Microsoft SharePoint Conference in Anaheim starts next week.  If you are one of the people that wishes they were going but can’t, the best way to stay up to date with everything that is going on is via Twitter.  Twitter is the platform of choice for SharePoint enthusiasts from around the world and there is going to be a TON of activity and information coming out of it.

Not on Twitter? There are 3 blogs for you on how to get signed up!  It only takes a few minutes so you have plenty of time before the action starts next Sunday.

There are 23 live bloggers at Dave Coleman’s blog which will showcase hot news from the sessions as they happen.  (I’ll be blogging there and here all the way).

If you’re on Facebook, the conference has a fan page which is pumping with info and fun.

I will be doing 2 sessions – one Express Session on 5 Things You Need To Know About Managing Permissions (Wednesday at 12:20); and a Woman in IT Panel discussion with Perficient, (Monday, 10:30).

All the photos will be uploaded to Facebook!  Interested in seeing where we will be when?  Check out the event map!

There are 6 people attending from South Africa, and we will be doing a conference roll up at IW an SBW in November. See you there.

About Veronique Palmer

Empowering people one at a time.
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5 Responses to Not Attending the Microsoft SharePoint Conference? How You Can Stay in Touch With What’s Happening at #SPC11

  1. Yes me too!! 🙂 5 days to go! 🙂

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  2. Thanks, Veronique! We are looking forward to the Women in SharePoint session with you, and I am looking forward to meeting you!

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  3. Geez that’s impressive! 🙂

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  4. Pingback: Not Attending the Microsoft SharePoint Conference? How You Can Stay in Touch With What’s Happening at #SPC11 - SharePoint User Group Blogs - Bamboo Nation

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