SharePoint User Group UK

Welcome to the SharePoint User Group. Established in September 2005, the aim of the group is to discuss Microsoft Sharepoint issues with fellow members. It is our aim to arrange monthly meetings/presentations. Whether you are a Sharepoint developer, user, or are thinking of implementing a Microsoft Sharepoint solution, come and join the fun!

Participation Membership is free. All you need to do is sign up to participate in the discussions. Once you've signed up pop over to the general chat forum to say hi and tell us a little about yourself. If you'd like a blog to post SharePoint news, views and information please let me know.

Ideas If you have any ideas on how the community should be run please feel free to drop us an email or use the forums to discuss your idea. If you are interested in presenting at a meeting on any Sharepoint issue, please also get in touch.

Events coming up

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Past events

  • SharePoint User Group UK

    Mon, 13 Feb 2006 in Reading, United Kingdom

    The SharePoint User Group UK would like to invite you to the first user group meeting hosted by Microsoft at Thames Valley Park in Reading. Talks will be given by Steve Smith and Brett Lonsdale of Combined Knowledge on the topics of Sharepoint Farm Design Best Practices, and Developing WebParts using UserControls. Attendance is free, with Microsoft supplying refreshments and nibbles at half time.

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