August, 2005

  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    Canberra SharePoint Community

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    I got the following note from Gayan Peiris about a new user group starting in Canberra, focusing on Sharepoint.

    ATT: Canberra SharePoint Community

    The Canberra SharePoint User Group will be launching on Wednesday 17th August 2005 to give the Canberra SharePoint community, including both technical and business people alike, a chance to get to know each other over some beer and pizzas and to share and expand their knowledge of SharePoint and its uses.

    Gayan Peiris from Unique World will give two presentations, one on "Deployment Options" , and another on "Web Parts You Can' t Live Without ". The purpose of this User Group is to increase knowledge of SharePoint and its uses in the Canberra community. 

    Start: 6.00pm

    Date: Wednesday 17th August 2005

    Venue: Microsoft Canberra. Walter Turnbull Building. Level 2, 44 Sydney Ave Barton, Canberra.

    For more information on the Canberra User Group, and to register your details, drop by to http://sps.uniqueworld.net/canberra. You can also participate in the online discussions to help ensure that the user group focuses on the topics of interest to you.

    If you have any questions or require any further information please do not hesitate to contact us, we look forward to seeing you there. 

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  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    List Maintenance begat more list maintenance

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    Whenever I do an update to the Aussie .NET Blogger list, I seem to get more updates in quick time - this is all goodness. It means people are reading my posts and want to be part of the fun!

    So, the new additions this afternoon are Daniel Crowley (another new Readify hire) and Anthony Borton, (trainer extraordinaire and self confessed .NET explorer), as well as the return to the list of Scott McCulloch!!

    W00t! - now there's 96 members of the list. 100 doesn't look too far away now!

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