Microsoft has just put out the call for content for MEC 2012. This gives me a bittersweet memory of the many times I sent out calls for content for Exchange Connections: the sweet because of how much fun it was to see the innovative topics and sessions proposed and to haggle over them with my conference co-chairs and the bitter because there was never a way to get every good session onto the final schedule. Now, though, I get to be on the other side of the table, proposing sessions instead of evaluating other people’s proposals.
So far I’ve proposed three sessions. I won’t find out until 25 June whether any of them have been accepted, so it’s time to settle in for the wait.
Frequently asked questions:
- No, I’m not talking about the content of the sessions I’ve proposed because [REDACTED]
- No, I can’t give out the link to submit session proposals; Microsoft is only soliciting content from Exchange MVPs and graduates of the MCM | Exchange program.
- Yes, I am very much looking forward to going even if I don’t get to present.
- Yes, I hope MEC 2013 is not in Orlando.