SPC 2012: A Preview of Bamboo Nation’s Coverage & Activities, Part 2 of 2

As I wrote in part one of my SPC preview, this year's event is shaping up to be the biggest and best one yet (much like SharePoint 2013 itself, come to think of it).  In this second part of my preview of anticipated Bamboo Nation SPC coverage, we'll take a look at the SPC sessions that are calling out most loudly for my attention.  Backing up Ed Hild's statement (at last month's Bamboo-presented SharePoint Leadership Forum) that "the social stack [in SharePoint] has received more enhancements than anywhere else in 2013," there are far more social-centric sessions at this year's SPC than ever before.  (Regular readers will recall that social SharePoint sessions are like catnip to me.)  There are, of course, far more sessions of immediate interest than I'll actually be able to physically cover, but if I could manage 'em all, here are the sessions I'd be most looking forward to next week:





I will, of course, also be covering most of the events that were listed in part one of my SPC preview, so you can bet that I'll be earning my keep next week.  Don't forget to visit the Bamboo team at booth #941 in the Exhibit Hall, 'cause we're all looking forward to seeing you in Vegas!



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