A couple of weeks ago I did a presentation for theBelgian ProExchange user group- register at their website and download the presentation - What's new in Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 for Exchange Admins.
Sunday, July 16, 2006
Tuesday, July 11, 2006
This is something I am still missing, there's a lot of online stuff about SharePoint - but at times you want to meet some people offline as well. I have put the location of the user group next to it, especially for those less strong in geography ;-)
- BIWUG - Belux Information Worker User Group (Belgium, Europe)
- Minnesota SharePoint User Group (United States)
- SharePoint User Group UK (United Kingdom, Europe)
- DIWUG - Dutch Information Worker User Group (The Netherlands, Europe)
- New England SharePoint User Group (United States)
- Toronto SharePoint User Group (Canada)
- NYC SharePoint User Group
- Delaware SharePoint User Group
- STLSUG St Louis SharePoint User Group (Missouri, United States)
- SharePoint user groups in Australia and New Zealand - very extensive listing
- Wellington SharePoint User Group
If I have missed one, please leave a comment.
P.S. Wouldn't it be nice to have one global calendar with the SharePoint User group events, a library with all presentions and some global discussion forum? I have heard that there is a product called SharePoint which can do this ;-) ...
Quite a while ago - sorry Raymond, forgot about your e-mail - I got this nice list of postings about SharePoint RPCs - definitely worth a look:
Wednesday, July 05, 2006
I first saw it mentionned on Lawrence Liu his blog - early July (seems to be about now ...) the SharePoint Community Kit will be officially released - "at the most basic level, the SCK is a site template that enables practically anyone to create a community site on WSS V3. The standard edition will require nothing more than the OOTB web parts that come with WSS v3" ... I think this has a lot of potential - you can find more about this on Codeplex - SharePoint Community Kit where this project will be hosted since this is a community based initiative. There also is a SharePoint team site to support this initiative - go to http://sck.officeisp.net/default.aspx where you can find the vision/scope document for the SCK.