UPDATE: This contest has now closed. Stay tuned to Bamboo Nation for opportunities to win passes for SPTechCon San Francisco and Boston in 2014!
SPTechCon Boston is coming up next month (August 11-14 to be exact), and Bamboo will be serving as both a proud Media Sponsor as well as an exhibiting Gold Sponsor at the event. It’s Bamboo Nation’s role as a Media Sponsor that, happily, allows us to once again offer our readers a chance to win a full conference pass. Contest winners will receive the full four-day conference passport, which includes all workshops, sessions, meals, receptions, and materials.
Earlier this year, I wrote, “From SharePoint MVPs such as Marc D. Anderson, Ben Curry, and Eric Shupps, to world-renowned experts such as Brett Lonsdale, Mark Rackley, Heather Solomon, and Paul Swider, and including MCM Chris Beckett, no matter your SharePoint role, SPTechCon Boston will have you covered with their programming slate of technical classes and full- and half-day tutorials.”
Soon enough, additional MVPs Christian Buckley, Liam Cleary, Andrew Connell, Ruven Gotz, Todd Klindt, and Jeremy Thake, as well as many more SharePoint rock stars were added to the speaker roster, including Lori Gowin, Joel Oleson, and Sadie Van Buren. The list of SPTechCon Boston technical classes is now available for you to feast your eyes on, and to use to begin plotting your own dream SPTechCon lineup. This year’s SPTechCon Boston will take place over four days, August 11-14, and allows you to take advantage of 90+ technical classes and tutorials that cover every aspect of SharePoint 2013 and SharePoint 2010.
As mentioned, we’ve got not one but two conference passes to give away. To enter for a chance to win one, just email your name, title, address, and a contact phone number to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Valid entries must contain all requested information (we need it to register you as our guest), and be received at 11:59 P.M. (EST) Thursday, July 25. The randomly selected winners will be notified on Friday, July 26. That gives you just over two weeks before SPTechCon kicks off to build the case for your manager to approve your outage (and travel and hotel expenses), but really, any IT manager worth their salt would have to recognize this for the golden learning opportunity that it is … right? Having said that, however, if you’re certain that you won’t be granted approval to attend, it’s probably best to not enter the contest, you know?
As for everyone else … good luck!