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CalSPUG Meeting - April 22, 2010

April 12, 2010 by Greg Carnie

Once again - a long time since I have posted.  Perhaps I should just end trying to post at a pre-defined frequency and aim for something a bit more natural?

At lot has changed for me of the last several months, especially since starting this blog.  One of those things in particular was my decision to move to Calgary, Alberta, Canada.  I was previously living in Toronto, Ontario, Canada - and had been for 4 years - but decided it was time to try out a new city.  So,  I transferred with Ideaca and have taken up residence in the heart of Calgary.

With some of the time I have saved commuting around the Toronto area, I have joined CalSPUG (Calgary SharePoint User Group - www.calspug.org).  I must admit, it’s very rewarding becoming more involved with the SharePoint community as a whole - but especially on the eve of the release of SharePoint 2010.  As such, I would like to highlight, for those in the Calgary area, that we’re having our next meeting on April 22, 2010.  Jason Kaczor is our presenter and the topic is Use SharePoint 2010 and Visual Studio 2010 to boost Productivity.  The meeting will begin sharply at 5:30 PM MDT with a SharePint to follow at the James Joyce (map) at approximately 8:30 PM MDT.  Anyone is welcome.  It’s completely free of charge and pizza and beverages are provided.  Registration is available here.

For those of you whom are unable to attend Thursday evening’s presentation.  Jason will also be presenting this topic on April 19, 2010 at 8:30 AM MDT (breakfast provided) as part of Microsoft’s DevTech Breakfast and User Group tour.

Happy SharePointing!

Written by Greg Carnie

I am a SharePoint consultant (Business Analyst by title) with Ideaca Knowledge Services based in Toronto, Canada. I have been actively working with SharePoint for three years now and have been specializing more in the developmental and architectural aspects of SharePoint. In a previous life I worked both with SAP and Microsoft Exchange. In my spare time (yes – I have figured out how to have a life outside of SharePoint – only took 3 years!!) I read, have started to get myself back into decent shape, and intend to spend a significant amount of time outside this summer.

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