Catherine Eibner

Dynamics, SQL, .Net & getting them all to play nicely together!

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  • Blog Post: Launching a Startup mobile App in Australia? How hard can it *really* be?? Day 7 Report

    Accounting Setup It is something I should have done from the very start – as I am clearly outlaying some cash & am not accurately tracking it. I know many companies will use simple solutions like an excel sheet to track their incoming & outgoing expenses. I have always been a MYOB user, but also...
  • Blog Post: Roving Reporters For The Entourage Unconvention in Melbourne are Required

    I am very disappointed that I am unable to attend the upcoming Un-Convention being held in Melbourne next weekend  - on the 6th of August. But this is always such a fantastic event I don’t want to miss out! So – I need your help! I have purchased 5 Tickets that I will be giving away for 5 lucky...
  • Blog Post: SydStart–THE event for Startups in Sydney!

    www.sydstart.com - where startups meet talent and change the world. Sydstart is a community run event for startups to hear from successful leaders in the startup commnunity - those who are leading by example with great recent success such as exits or investment or new industry initiatives - as well as...
  • Blog Post: Azure Disaster Recovery Storage offered for Brisbane Businesses

    You’re no doubt aware of the extreme flooding that has been occurring throughout Queensland and now encroaching upon Brisbane CBD. Our own car park in downtown Brisbane is under water… Microsoft is already helping through government infrastructure support, temporary software licenses/online services...
  • Blog Post: Women in IT Luncheon - Tech Ed Australia 2010

    It would be hard *not* to know that Microsoft held a Women in IT function at Tech Ed Australia this year… What some might not know is that the Women in IT event is something that we have hosted at Tech Ed Australia for the last 3 years now. I have had the fortune to be involved with this event here in...
  • Blog Post: Sydney CRM Usergroup – Tuesday 25 may 2010

    The next Sydney User Group meeting is Tomorrow – commencing at 6pm at the Microsoft office in North Ryde. In addition to general News, Announcements and Product updates, the major topics for the evening will be: - Convergence 2010:             ...
  • Blog Post: It’s Camping Season – Microsoft Web Camp in Sydney

    It's camping season! function WebCamps () { Day1.Learn(); Day2.Build(); } Interested in learning how new innovations in Microsoft's Web Platform and developer tools like ASP.NET 4 and Visual Studio 2010 can make you a more productive web developer? If you're currently working with PHP, Ruby, ASP...
  • Blog Post: First BizSpark Camp in Australia wrap up!

    Across the weekend, we selected 10 companies (from the submissions we received) to participate in the first Australian BizSpark Camp. We decided to focus this first event around Azure technologies, so asked the teams to submit how they thought they might use Azure for their solution. The event kicked...
  • Blog Post: Sydney CRM Usergroup

    The Sydney CRM usergroup is BACK! And its kicking off with a great session! When: TONIGHT March 23rd from 6pm Where: Microsoft North Ryde What: XRM Solution Architecture – Chalk and Talk Phil Richardson and Guy Riddle will workshop scenarios around how to approach and architect business requirements...
  • Blog Post: Melbourne xRM Usergroup March Meeting

    This month the Melbourne xRM usergroup has a fantastic session planned – they are looking at Investing your existing .NET skill in Microsoft Dynamics CRM. At the moment, there is a huge demand in Microsoft CRM market and unfortunately followed by a shortage of skill around Microsoft CRM. In this upcoming...
  • Blog Post: Adelaide Microsoft CRM User Group

    Adelaide Microsoft CRM UG Wednesday 31 th March 2010,  12:00 Noon - 1:30 PM  Level 2, WestPac House, 91 King William St,  Adelaide Microsoft Dynamics ® CRM contains a variety of tools to track, manage, execute, and report on customer interactions. The system includes a large and customisable...
  • Blog Post: BizSpark Community In Australia

    We have been overwhelmed by the amount of interest in BizSpark across the entire Microsoft Community – but the interest has been especially apparent here in Australia. Personally i think this is because we have a great start up community. To help foster this local community I have kicked off a couple...
  • Blog Post: Females in Telecommunications & Technology Combines forces with Geek Girl Dinners for a Speed Mentoring Event

    In November, Sydney Girl Geek Dinners joined forces with Females In Technology and Telecommunications (FITT) for its first networking event, kindly sponsored by Microsoft.  The event provided a fun and interactive speed mentoring game, with the overall goal of sharing ways you can get involved in...
  • Blog Post: New Local SQL Server Resource for Australia on Technet

    Marcella Larsen, our Senior Product Marketing Manager for SQL Server has just put the finishing touches on the TechNet SQL Server TechCentre . This site has been set up as a local Australian resource to support IT Managers & DBA’s with the latest SQL Server-related information and as a connection...
  • Blog Post: In Sydney this Friday & Fancy a Drink?

    Silicon Beach drinks is a community gathering held every Friday bringing together entrepreneurs & Geeks from local the Sydney area as well as visitors. http://groups.google.com/group/silicon-beach-australia Silicon Beach is a highly active community that seeks to connect & support the Australian...
  • Blog Post: Upcoming Innovation Days 2009 Road Show

    Well just when I have managed to spend a few days at home in Sydney its time to pack up & hit the road again! This time it will be with my awesome team mates, travelling around Australia on the Innovation Days road show . This is your opportunity to 'get your feet on the ground, head in the clouds...
  • Blog Post: Australian CRM User Group Community Update

    As I mentioned in an earlier post, the local Australian CRM community is growing . We now have 4 MVP’s, and as of next month, there will be 3 regular in person CRM user groups . Not only that, but our user group leads have joined forces! They will now be working together to share content, speakers &...
  • Blog Post: Ever felt like there was more you could do?

    As most of you already know, I am a big believer in programs, events & facilities that support Women in IT. One of the things I have always wanted to do was get proactively involved in a Mentoring program to help support Women working in IT who may not have access to the amazing resources that I...
  • Blog Post: and then there were 4! The Australian CRM MVP forces are growing!

    Interest & excitement around Microsoft Dynamics CRM is growing – Gartner reports it at a staggering 75% in 2008! Coinciding with this is the ever growing community that supports developers & end users alike. In Australia, our number of CRM MVP’s has also grown by a similar rate. In the last 18...
  • Blog Post: SlingAlibi – Empowering People with Technology

    One of my favorite Women In Technology, Asli Bilgin has just announced a new site: SlingAlibi (can you work out what that’s an anagram for??) http://www.slingalibi.com/ . Now of course there’s an associated Twitter account you can follow for good measure: http://twitter.com/slingalibi The goal of the...
  • Blog Post: Sara Ford Is COMING to Tech Ed Australia!!!

    Tech ED Australia just keeps getting better & better! I have just received confirmation that Sara Ford IS COMING TO TECH ED AUSTRALIA!!! We had over 500 votes which 434 voted Yes, ABSOLUTELY! Turns out those that voted no – predominantly thought we were poaching Sara long term – but never fear! Its...
  • Blog Post: So what is this BizSpark thing & how can I get my hands on it?

    Since presenting at Boot Up Camp about BizSpark a few weeks ago , I have been asked quite a few times about the Microsoft BizSpark program, and most importantly people want to know if they qualify for it & how to get it. I thought I would write a short post about it in the hope of answering those...
  • Blog Post: Help bring Sara Ford to Tech Ed Australia

    Sara Ford** is a girl with a dream, a dream to come to Australia! Ever since she was a little girl, Sara has wanted to visit Australia. And to make that happen we need your help! You need to Vote to bring Sara out to Australia – if we can get enough votes by 5th August, we can get her out here for Tech...
  • Blog Post: Dynamics Sessions at Tech Ed Australia

    We are in the process of finalising the last few sessions for Tech Ed Australia which is being held on The Gold Coast 8-11th of September. We received such great content submissions this year on all of the tracks. I was particularly proud of the great submissions we got for Dynamics – especially as this...
  • Blog Post: Sydney BootUp Camp: July 11th - 24th

    We have a such fantastic Start Up Community here in Australia. With things like Startup Camp & Growth town , Silicon Federation & Silicon Beach Drinks – you can regularly have the opportunity to meet with & share lessons & ideas with other entrepreneurs. The organisers of great things...
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