In addition to the basics of self arresting a downhill slide with an ice axe for self-safety, wearing crampons to hike up the 1,000' snow chute after trail camp or to grip the 99 switchback trail up or down, and using the ice axe as a slide brake for a glissade down the snow chute, you will want to ascend as much as possible while snow is still frozen and be back down to trail camp before sunlight thawings of the snow cover start refreezing around mid afternoon. With 10 uphill miles to cover from trailhead to summit, you'll want to start at the midnight hour. An extra hour of sleep won't make a difference except on the hike back down and if you're done sooner, you nap anyway.
8 days ago when I did it, there was still enough snow cover above 10k' that I didn't even take my MICROspikes. Also, I only held and used my axe as a belay/handle, and chute glissade brake, between Trail Camp and summit, up and down; no trekking pole. Many have made it recently with less but I prefer to have and keep as much metal in the snow as possible.