Last week, I delivered two sessions at the European SharePoint Conference in Prague.
After a day of consulting on Tuesday December 3rd at one of my long-term customers, I traveled to Schiphol airport. My choice to not park at the airport anymore, led me to the parking lot near the train station in Nieuw Vennep. A short train ride brought me to Amsterdam Schiphol Airport in time for my flights to Prague.
I arrived late and went to bed. In the morning, I got up early to get to the venue, register and watch Alex Simons’ keynote. The short walk from the Corinthia hotel to the Prague Congress Center allowed for sufficient time to soak up the atmosphere and sun. I must admit we had the best weather you can wish for in Prague in December with an abundance of sun.
At 11:45 AM it was time to present on GDPR. The room featured 100 seats, and the room was packed with people interested in my experiences with GDPR in the past 17 months.
I thought my abstract made it clear that my session on GDPR was anything but boring, but getting the below feedback from an attendee was still wonderful:
This was nowhere as boring as I expected it to be, based on the topic.
After the session, I scoured the expo for people I know and organizations offering technology I might need.
At 4:45PM, I started my second presentation. This is the helping hand to organization that want to get the most out of their Microsoft-oriented Identity and Access Management (IAM) investments.
After the session, I went to the hotel to drop my stuff and get ready for the party. We had a great time at Club SaSaZu, but I had to get back to the hotel early for my 5AM ride to the airport.
On Thursday December 5th, I was scheduled to arrive at 11:45 AM at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport, after two short flights with a layover in Paris. However, due to the French strike, full flights, a reroute via Frankfurt and a sick copilot, I eventually arrived at 11:45 PM at Amsterdam…
Thank you to the European SharePoint Conference Program Team for inviting me as a speaker. Thank you to all the attendees, especially the people in my sessions.