National SPUG Tour

So Matt Smith of the Christchurch SharePoint User Group has organised a national tour for the various SPUGs that are active here in New Zealand.

I’ll be talking in Auckland, Tauranga and Christchurch over the space of a week. The fine people in Tauranga are either doubly blessed or cursed as I’ll be talking to both the SPUG and DNUG there.

The low down on the SPUG presentation:

Collaborative construction of custom SharePoint artefacts
See how business users, business analysts, developers and IT Pros can all come together to create new SharePoint artefacts for your business. In this session Gavin Barron will show how users from differing disciplines can all work together. Ensuring that an emerging business need is addressed quickly while following a number of SharePoint best practices. During this session Gavin will also discuss the development lifecycle as it exists in this context.
Presented by: Gavin Barron, Intergen Wellington

Intended Audience:

  • Business Users
  • Business Analysts
  • Developers
  • IT Professionals

The tour details:
Auckland: Wednesday, 23 July
Time: Drinks + Snacks from 5:15PM, Talk from 5:30PM to 6:30PM
Location: Level 7 Fronde House, 131 Queen Street
Tauranga: Thursday, 24 July
Time: Drinks + Snacks from 5:30PM, Talk from 6:00PM to 7:00PM
Location: EnvisionIT, Level 5 Westpac Building, 2 Devonport Road, Tauranga
Christchurch: Monday, 28 July
Time: Drinks + Snacks from 5:30PM, Talk from 6:00PM to 7:00PM
Location: Canterbury Innovation Incubator (CII), 200 Armagh Street (opposite Centennial Leisure Centre)

I’ll post more on the Tauranga DNUG session later.

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