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Toronto Code Camp 2008
Date: Saturday March 1st, 2008 Event Description: In case you aren't familiar with Code Camps, they are designed to provide a forum for the developer community to speak, network and share ideas. In recent years, many user groups had lost the participation of their members for presentations. This core principle has been overshadowed by commercial aspects and user groups have really drifted from their fundamental purpose. The main tenets of a Code Camp are: By and For the Developer Community: Code ......

Posted On Wednesday, January 16, 2008 4:20 AM

SharePoint User Group: Wednesday, April 18
Nadeem Mitha is Presenting the Toronto SharePoint User Group on April 18th Beyond Web Parts: Rapid Web Application Development using Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 At 2 Bloor St West (8th Floor) at 7 PM – Come at 6 PM for pizza Discover the advantages of leveraging SharePoint as a platform for web-based applications Learn a tried-and-tested approach to extending SharePoint lists in order to facilitate complex entity relationships Find out how to customize various out-of-the-box behavior to get what ......

Posted On Tuesday, April 17, 2007 3:16 AM

Toronto SharePoint User Group, February 20 is Workflow!
Featured Speaker: Bill Brockbank, SharePoint Specialist, Navantis Topic: Introduction to Windows Workflow in Windows SharePoint Overview of Workflows in Sharepoint Workflows activates in Sharepoint How to create a Workflow with SharePoint Designer (Demo) Overview of the sample Workflow in the Windows Sharepoint Services SDK Walk through of the requirement for developing a Sharepoint Workflow in Visual Studio (Demo) Bill's a wealth of knowledge, this should be a great night. Membership and attendance ......

Posted On Tuesday, February 20, 2007 8:54 PM

Toronto Code Camp 2007
Date:Saturday March 31st, 2007 Are you a developer interested in improving your .NET skills? Then this is the event to attend. The Second Annual Toronto Code Camp promises to be the biggest and best community owned event we've ever had. This free one day seminar with 25 code intensive technical sessions is designed to guide the developer to the next skill level. The focus of a Code Camp is to deliver programming information and sample code that can be used immediately. All training, slides, manuals ......

Posted On Saturday, December 16, 2006 3:47 PM

Toronto SharePoint User Group - Oct 11 Meeting
For details and directions visit www.tspug.com!October 13 Schedule: 6:00-6:30 Sign-in, Eat, Meet 'n' Greet 6:30-6:45 Questions and Answers: An open discussion among members. Bring your questions! 6:45-8:20 How Office Clients interact with the Microsoft Office System Servers. Presenter: Savash Alic, Microsoft Consulting How Office Clients interact with the Microsoft Office System Servers We talk so much about the great and cool capabilities of MOSS that sometimes we miss the great integration out ......

Posted On Monday, October 2, 2006 9:10 AM

Business Scorecard Manager: Tonight in Toronto!
Tonight's Toronto SharePoint Users Group meeting will feature the Business Scorecard Manager: Business Scorecards provide graphical snapshots of your business data, revealing underlying trends and critical inflection points. Come learn out how this latest Business Intelligence tool works with SQL Server Analysis Services (for SQL 2000 or 2005) to make real-time business dashboards that management will love. [See a demo] You can register at the link above. See you there ......

Posted On Wednesday, May 10, 2006 9:59 AM

April 12 - Toronto SharePoint User Group Tonight!
Register at: http://www.tspug.com/ Tonight, CorasWorks will be showing off some great components for SharePoint. If you've used out-of-box SharePoint at all, you probably found some gaps in what it's capable of. CorasWorks fills in those gaps to help you construct some great, useful, navigable apps. I'll also be describing some RSS tricks I've recently used for SharePoint development, and we'll have the usual fireside chat to begin, including a review of the recent SharePoint 2003 Advanced Concepts ......

Posted On Wednesday, April 12, 2006 9:52 AM

SharePoint for Wednesday, Feb 8: Optimise SharePoint Search with Mondosoft Analysis Tools
Toronto SharePoint User Group Optimise SharePoint Search with Mondosoft Analysis Tools When: Wednesday, February 8. 6:30-8:30pmWhere: 2 Bloor West, 8th Floor (CDI Education) SharePoint search is pretty good, but it's a science all its own and one of the roughest pieces to configure well. When search is left untended, users won't find what they need and when that happens, they tune out and start complaining about your taxonony. Give that a year or so and you've created a brand new file dump. What ......

Posted On Monday, February 6, 2006 8:15 PM

Toronto SharePoint UG - Jan 11 - Small Business Server and WSS
Toronto SharePoint Users Group - January 11 Small Business Server and Windows SharePoint Services (WSS) Demonstration and discussion about installation and use of Microsoft Small Business Server 2003: SBS contains Windows Server 2003, Exchange Server 2003, Windows Sharepoint Services, and other great components. The CompanyWeb site installed by default on the SBS server has great potential - but low utilization in most small businesses. Help those businesses understand the power and potential of ......

Posted On Wednesday, January 4, 2006 11:37 AM

Toronto SharePoint User Group - December 14
Date: Wednesday, December 14 Topic: SharePoint 2006: A look at the future Take a look at SharePoint 2006 in this special session. In addition to live demonstrations of Beta 1, we'll review the new features for document management, content management, records management, workflow and more. Reserve your seat today! Presenter: Eli Robillard, Eidenai Innovations [Details and Registration on TSPUG.com] [Register (launches e-mail client)] ......

Posted On Tuesday, November 29, 2005 8:01 AM

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