Thursday, April 17, 2008

Open microphone event in Sydney next month

Just got this from Lee in Sydney:

Sydney SharePoint User Group is pleased to bring back Mike Fitzmaurice to Australia– Monday May 5th 2008

Would you like to find out;

  • How can you leverage Microsoft Office SharePoint technologies to provide a platform for collaboration, ECM, search, BI and social computing?
  • The interoperability with MOSS and other line of business applications such as SAP?
  • How SharePoint and Office can be the people friendly face of service oriented architecture?

Well we’ve got just the man to answer those burning questions... Microsoft’s Mike Fitzmaurice, Enterprise Technology Strategist and former Technical Product manager for WSS/MOSS, has kindly agreed to hold a lunch time ‘Open Mike’ session when he visits Sydney in May.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Please click here to register for this event.

Registration opens at 12:30pm and the Q&A session commence at 1:00pm. The May User Group will be held at the Microsoft’s office, 1 Epping Road, North Ryde, Sydney.

Food & Refreshments will be provided.

‘Open Mike’ – Mike Fitzmaurice Q&A Date: Monday May 5th 2008 Time: 12:30-2:00pm

Visit for further information.
Mike Fitzmaurice Mike Fitzmaurice is an Enterprise Technology Strategist at Microsoft, advising customers, partners, and Microsoft teams on portal, collaboration, and search technology. He spent the past five years as a Technical Product Manager for Windows® SharePoint® Services and Microsoft® Office SharePoint® Server, focused on developer evangelism and interoperability issues. He joined Microsoft Corp. in December 1997 as a senior consultant for Microsoft Consulting Services, overseeing several development initiatives involving Exchange Server and SharePoint technology for a wide range of customers. Before joining Microsoft, Fitzmaurice served as Director of Research and Development at Advanced Paradigms Inc., a Washington, D.C.-based Microsoft Solution Provider Partner, as well as a five-year tenure as IT Director of the National Association of Broadcasters.

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