.NET User groups
The Central Ohio .NET Developers Group exists to provide area technologists a forum to learn and share information about Microsoft related technologies.
dotnetsheff is a monthly user group focused on software development, particularly in the .NET ecosystem. They welcome people with interests in software development of all ages and levels of experience. Please get in touch via Twitter (@dotnetsheff) or email (organisers at dotnetsheff.co.uk) if you or someone you know may be interested in speaking.
A dynamic community of .Net developers in the Las Vegas area who are working to advance the understanding of Microsoft's .Net platform with business and technology leaders across Southern Nevada.
The Wisconsin .NET Users Group was founded on February 12, 2002 at the launch of Visual Studio.NET. Our mission from inception has been to develop a peer group of developers, architects, and managers who are interested in learning, sharing and growing their Microsoft .NET knowledge and capabilities. The group's vision is to provide members with a forum to hear top industry experts speak, learn and teach others who are interested in the same technologies as you and are facing the same challenges. The Wisconsin .NET Users Group covers the entire spectrum of .NET technologies, including the Windows Server System, XML web services, application development with Visual Studio.NET and the .NET Framework (including web, mobile, and desktop applications.)
We are proud to now have over 3,000 members and we have continued to grow stronger each month due to the well-known .NET expert speakers we bring each month, the support of our growing list of sponsors, and the input and interest of each of our members. Come join the .NET community - It's FREE - It's FUN - It's a great way to learn more about .NET!
SharePoint User Groups
The primary goal of the Belgian Information Worker User Group (abbreviated as BIWUG) is to be a central meeting point for the Information Worker community in Belgium.
BIWUG members are people, technical and non-technical, who are interested in Microsoft Information Worker products and technologies. We cover the whole range of products and technologies that influence in some way or another the daily activities of the information worker.
BIWUG is there to provide the members the needed organization, infrastructure and support to share their experiences, learn about products and technologies in a different way than at Microsoft organized events, seminars or trainings, discuss problems with other members or IW peers in round-the-table sessions, get product demonstrations from third-party vendors, and much more.
For general questions please send an e-mail to email@example.com.
SSRS User Groups
The Calgary SQL PASS User Group is a local association that organizes events and activities to provide SQL Server professionals with cutting-edge information about SQL Server technologies.
The user group is run by volunteers and was formed in late 2008. Our membership includes database administrators, database developers, database architects and database managers working with SQL Server technologies.
Membership and attendance of events is completely free. A typical event will draw approximately 15-40 members.
The goals of the Atlanta Microsoft Business Intelligence Group are to:
Join the Baltimore SQL Server Users Group to expand your knowledge and network! We hold free monthly meetings focusing on SQL Server DBA, Development, Business Intelligence and Professional Development topics. We meet at the Charles I. Ecker Business Training Center located at 6751 Columbia Gateway Drive Columbia, MD 21046. Our meetings are typically on the third Tuesday of the month from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM and they are free to attend. We generally have food, drinks and sometimes dessert, besides one or two valuable educational sessions.