Showing posts from June, 2008

Cleveland SharePoint User Group June Meeting

Cleveland SharePoint User Group June Meeting
Wednesday, June 25th from 4pm – 6:30pm
Cleveland Microsoft Office
6050 Oak Tree Blvd.
Independence, OH 44131

If you plan on attending the June meeting and have not yet registered, please do so, as we are working with our sponsors to make the event a success!

Be sure to Join the Group (so we can keep you updated on SharePoint User Group meetings and other SharePoint events in the community) and to register for the June meeting (so we are able to ensure appropriate accommodations are made for all June meeting participants).

Topic: Workflow Foundation + SharePoint
This talk covers the basics of Microsoft’s workflow technology (Workflow Foundation) and how it can be applied to typical .NET programming scenarios. SharePoint offers a way for humans to interact with workflows built with this technology. We’ll take a look at what SharePoint workflows offer and how they can be used to complement your business processes.

Presenter : Jeremy Sublett, MVP ShareP…

Lansing Day of .Net

The Lansing Day of .Net is scheduled for Saturday, June 21, 2008. A few developers from the Cleveland area are organizing a car pool/convoy to the event. If you're interested in joining, please reply to this post or e-mail

CodeStock 2008

CodeStock 2008 is now open for registration!

The event is scheduled for Saturday, August 9th in Knoxville, TN. There are 30 sessions available, a keynote address by respected author and Microsoft MVP Jeff Prosise, and a place to hang out with speakers and other attendees in open spaces style.

CodeStock 2008 will be held at:
Pellissippi State Technical Community College
Lamar Alexander Bldg
10915 Hardin Valley Rd
Knoxville, TN 37933.

Register at:

If you are looking for hotel accomodations, go to

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If you're interested in attending this event, please reply to this post or e-mail If we get enough people we might be able to hop on the Microsoft bus for the trip down south!

SQL Server RC available

Shortly after TechEd 2008, Microsoft announced the availability of Release Candidate 0 (RC0) to TechNet and MSDN subscribers at the following links:

Download SQL Server 2008 RC0 (MSDN subscribers)
Download SQL Server 2008 RC0 (TechNet Plus subscribers)

SQL Server 2008 Release Candidate 0 (RC0) will automatically expire after 180 days. To read more about the new features offered with the new release of SQL Server go to

For some of the highlight articles, check out the following links:
Record Performance Benchmarks
Virtual Launch Experience
SQL Server Data Services
Overview Demo
Product Overview
Virtual Labs

Open Night at Brulant

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