Re: STC Annual Conference

Subject: Re: STC Annual Conference
From: Jim Purcell <jimpur -at- MICROSOFT -dot- COM>
Date: Fri, 7 Mar 1997 09:45:43 -0800

Garret Romain points out:

>>It helped that I was active in my local chapter, and that my director had
>>been active in his. It also helped that I had several old proceedings in my
>>personal library, and I could show the cool topics we cover every year. But
>>mostly, it's the degree of enthusiasm you bring to the discussion.
>
>Being active in your local STC chapter is the number 2 way of getting sent to
>the annual conference. The number 1 way is presenting a paper. Presenting a
>paper confers prestige on your company, and it connotes a certain seriousness
>on your part, a commitment that a conference trip won't just be a junket.
>
>Jim Purcell
>jimpur -at- microsoft -dot- com
>My opinions, not Microsoft's
>

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