After 10 years of absence, the Microsoft Exchange Conference is back. Yes, that’s right, the last time MEC happened was in 2002. How do I know this? I’ve seen a couple of people today who still had their MEC 2002 badges. HOLY CRAP, DUDES. I’m a serious packrat and not even *I* keep my old conference badges.
I decided to live tweet my sessions. I did a good job too – my Twitter statistics are telling me that I’ve sent 258 tweets! If any of my Facebook friends are still bothering to read my automatic Twitter-to-Facebook updates..shit, sorry. Two more days to go and you know I can’t be nearly as prolific today or Wednesday because I’m presenting a session each day:
- E14.310 Three Years In: Looking Back At Virtualizing Exchange 2010
Tuesday, September 25 2012 3:00 PM – 4:15 PM in Tallahassee 1
- E14.310R1 Three Years In: Looking Back At Virtualizing Exchange 2010
Wednesday, September 26 2012 1:00 PM – 2:15 PM in Tallahassee 1
Monday was the “all Microsoft, all Exchange 2013” day with typical keynotes and breakouts. Today, we start the “un-conference” – smaller, more interactive sessions, led by members of the community like myself. Today and tomorrow will be a lot more peer-to-peer…which will be fun.
See you out there! Drop me a note or track me down to let me know if you read my blog or have a question you’d like me to answer!