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Tough Decisions: My Day 2 Sitecore Symposium Sessions

The second day of the 2017 Sitecore Symposium will consist of lots of coffee for breakfast and then the first session. I look forward to your assistance in choosing.

10:00 am – 10:45 am – HELP! Choosing the first session will be very difficult. This particular block has three sessions I want to attend: new extension points through xConnect, Deploying Sitecore to Azure and building custom plug-ins. Well, at least for Deploying Sitecore to Azure I already have my go-to guy on messenger George Chang (@sitecoregeorge) so I can remove that one. And then there were two … this is where I look to you. What should I choose?
11:15 am – 12:00 pm – HELP! Well again for Effective Dev Ops, I have George Chang (@sitecoregeorge) on messenger. Implementing Sitecore Solutions on Helix for me is a matter of grabbing Sitecore Ignition and go. So that leaves Federated Experience Manager or Upgrading Sitecore. Though choices. Both are going to be a game changer. My gut says Upgrading to the latest version of Sitecore. I look forward to your input.
1:45 pm – 2:30 pm – HELP! For day 2, the trend is really starting to set in. For this one I have to say, I want to see all four. Is there any way I can time travel like Hermione Granger did in Harry Potter, so I can attend all of these seminars?
3:15 pm – 4:00 pm – This session is a little better. Mark Stiles’ presentation is the one I will go to but the Sitecore and IoT one is pretty exciting, too. Both are legendary presenters, both have amazing topics. Again, I want to be Hermione Granger.  As I have to decide Mark Stiles’ presentation wins.
Day 2 is going to be a tough day for decisions on what session to choose. There are 62 days left, so lots of time to help me decide.

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Chris Williams

1 of 1 Sitecore Commerce MVPs in Canada.

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