March is Social Media Sweepstakes Month for SEPG North America 2011

The SEPG North America 2011 team is excited to be making the final preparations for this year’s conference in Portland, Oregon on March 21-24, 2011. We’re planning some great ways to showcase the fun, excitement, learning, and networking that will occur over those four days.
To help others share in our excitement and anticipation, the SEPG North America 2011 team is offering you two ways to win some great prizes – just for following along with us. Winners will be selected every Friday at noon EST.

There are two ways to enter:
1. Twitter: First, make sure you’re following us on twitter @SEPGConferences. Each week in March, beginning March 15, we will ask a question from @SEPGConferences. Any Twitter user who responds to @SEPGConferences using the hashtag #SEPGNA will be qualified to win.

2. SEPG Conference Series Blog: Check back every week in March to find a social media sweepstakes question. Simply leave a comment with your response to be qualified to win.

How to Win
Each week in March, one randomly selected Twitter user and one randomly selected blog commenter will each receive a brand-new, signed copy of a book from the The SEI Series in Software Engineering. The winner will be randomly selected by the SEPG team every Friday beginning March 11 and contacted via email or Twitter for instructions on claiming the prize.

Official Rules

This Week’s Question
Take a look at the SEPG North America 2011 conference topics at the bottom of this page . What track looks most interesting to you?

Leave a comment on this post OR tweet your answer to @SEPGConferneces using the hashtag #SEPGNA. You may enter via one method only.


4 responses to “March is Social Media Sweepstakes Month for SEPG North America 2011

  1. To me How’d they do that sounds most interesting. I like hearing how others handle situations to see what I can learn.

  2. Appraisals – We have an appraisal in December and there is only minimal information available about what appear to be significant changes in establishing the scope of the appraisal. Scampi 1.3 was due in Jan. It is now March. If v1.3 must be used after the currently published date, organizations will have little time to prepare. Who is being served by the compressed timeframe?

  3. I’m interested in the Combining Models track, especially the sessions that will discuss Agile or Scrum. Like to learn more about on how other companies have used Agile/Scrum.

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