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Work Hard, Play Hard: SPC11 Event Map

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If you’re attending the SharePoint Conference you’re expecting to return home with valuable knowledge from the world’s leading SP experts. Knowledge that will inspire you to become more productive with SharePoint no matter which tier of SharePoint you’re working with.

However, you will certainly suffer from information overload during the week – but knowing this you can take proper precautions. You’ll need two things:

  1. OneNote
  2. SharePints

Using OneNote is worth a handful of blog posts of its own (I’ll write something soon) but for now you can take a look at this and this.

More importantly, you need to make sure that you focus on something which isn’t SharePoint-related at the end of each conference day. Cue the SPC11 Event Map which pinpoints the different parties, receptions and other social gatherings during SPC11. So, leave your hotel room behind and join your fellow SP enthusiasts for a few SharePints.

Click the screenshot to go to the map:

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I’ve made the map public so please add your own events (use green pins). If you have suggestions for restaurants, sights and so on, please add them with appropriate pins – or drop a comment below and I’ll update the map. This is work in progress and I’ll update the map during the conference.

Thanks to Jeremy Thake and Robert Piddocke for contributing. Jeremy’s comprehensive SharePoint community calendar can be found here.

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Written by Thomas Sondergaard

September 24, 2011 at 11:14 pm

3 Responses

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  1. Super job on the map… and nice when having an Android, just bookmark the map, and on the Android simply tab an map address and choose cache map… then we’re set to go without data network in Anaheim… See you over there Mr. TSO.

    Bertil Lungbeck

    September 28, 2011 at 12:31 pm

  2. […] forget to check out my post about the social activities at SPC11 and bookmark the SPC11 Event […]


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