I was very lucky to get to go to Knowledge18 and before I leave I just want to write this down as to not forget it.
Of the labs, I attended I had no technical difficulty with the wifi or content. Others did, but somehow not me.
Below I'll go over the parts I think notable.
If there are repeating classes the later ones will be better but the speaker may have lost their voice
Know the difference between the different types of events.
- Breakouts are talks
- Labs are step by step instruction with an instructor in the room to field questions and assist
- Workshops are the same as labs but CreatorCon
Look up the content of the event. If it's not a current feature, it's probably a new feature and might be a "this will be nice but you don't get it for two releases"
Look up the presenters of the event. If it's a partner, be careful as it may be more of a success story of how some implementation or product they used was successful.
Looks like they used g2planet.com which this year was pretty poor in my opinion. Hard to tell what you had already selected until you tried to add an event to the agenda
Suggestions to improve - Use what you used for 2016's registration or make your own.
This was terrible. I literally wrote my schedule down each day as it was more convenient to do that. Thankfully none of my classes moved after I arrived.
Suggestions to improve - Don't provide a mobile app. It would have been easier and then we'd been complaining about the website.
This was great. With the way, my rep helped us get around and with all the folks.
This was an awesome lab. It showed a new feature that lets you merge and handle the remaining duplicate ci's and their relationships in a very flexible way.
This really was all about using the horizontal patterns to discover configuration items which in my case would have been great three weeks prior as I had to self-teach myself it. It did confirm that I did learn this properly. There's a great youtube video where they show how to do most of this.
Again this was a great session had I taken it three weeks prior. It did confirm I did learn the right topics and it focused on the Cloud Services Plugin v2.
This was a nice overview of what the Secops application brings to ServiceNow. I thought of it to something akin to an overview of how GRC would work except you were guided along setting it up.
This lab was great in that I learned about the directives and how you can use them and share them across widgets. I also learned about a different way to have widgets communicate to each other than the broadcast and emitted events.