From my friend Scott Lock:
Overwhelming interest in all things SharePoint has led the leaders of Northern Virginia’s .NET User Group to launch a spin-off of the group to meet users’ requests. The SharePoint Special Interest Group (SSIG) is focused on delivering the content the users want. While the SharePoint platform is extensive, we plan to deliver speakers able to address a wide variety of topics, including development, information architecture, user experience, governance and infrastructure. All these components come together to create the best SharePoint experience.
We are pleased to announce the launch of the SharePoint Special Interest Group. This group will be meeting on the second Wednesday of every month at the AT&T location. The same place where Caparea.net meets. This is very exciting not only because SharePoint is cool and is big enough to have it’s own group, but two of our own members have stepped up to build this new Caparea.net community. David Berry and Gregory Stringfellow have taken the helm as co-captains and founders of this new group. As a member of the Caparea.net family, the SharePoint Special Interest Group will be supported by Caparea.net.
What a better way to kick off the group than with our area’s own SharePoint MVP, Sahil Malik! So come on out and see what the buzz is about!
See you there!
Capital Area .Net Users Group
The inaugural meeting is tonight at 7pm at the AT&T building in Tyson’s Corner (same place that the regular Caparea.net meetings are held). More details here.