It's Session Proposal Season already. The only way we get good tech sessions is to propose good tech sessions. Last year we used this forum to organize our efforts, and I think we got some great sessions. ( I mean, that staffing one was awesome, right? :-) )
Let's use this thread to propose things that we'd like to see sessions on and then we can put together people to make them happen.
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For myself, I'm going to work to make sure we have a Decision Maker's session. We didn't do one in Portland and people really missed it.
Several times over the years we've done an open discussion session very similar to Tech Decision Maker's Call. It's always been popular and a lot of people were disappointed that it wasn't on the agenda in Portland.
I've submitted a proposal to do a Tech Decision Makers session in Baltimore.
Assuming it gets voted in I'll need one or two co-presenters, ideally someone who doesn't have the large-organization, tech heavy background that I have. Someone from a smaller org who is perhaps newer to the game than this grey-haired NT4.0 MCSE. :-)
I'd be happy to join you on a Tech Decision Makers panel!
We all need to get it voted in first! (hint, hint) :-)