The SES Speaking Gauntlet

Right now, I’m fully immersed in finishing speaker selection for our SES San Jose 2005 show. It’s a giant,
all-consuming job because I pretty much pick or approve all the speakers myself. We have around 60 sessions with panels of 2-4 people each. That’s 150 or more speakers, at

It would be easier if I just handed off sessions right and left to other people to organize. In a few cases, I do have trusted moderators who do the heavy lifting on some
panels. I’ll be highlighting some of these sessions going forward. But for the most part, I like to do the selection and coordination to ensure I get the quality of of the
sessions that I want.

Let me be clear up front. No one speaks because they’ve paid for a spot,

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