SBTUG: This Wednesday: Assessing Business Ideas, and Team Foundation Server

Posted on October 28, 2007. Filed under: Community, SBTUG |

This Wednesday 31 October 2007 the Sydney Business & Technology User Group has yet another great night lined up.

Our Business talk will be presented by James McCutcheon on ‘Assessing Good Business Ideas’. James is a serial entrepreneur and gifted speaker, as well as being a Microsoft MVP. He spoke last month on How to Start a Venture which was highly acclaimed.

[Note: Previously we advertised a speaker from the Department of Agriculture discussing R+D claims, however the calling of the election recently has meant government officials are now prohibited from presenting at many meetings and groups. We will be rescheduling him for next year. Apologies for any inconvenience caused.]

For our Technology talk we have none other than Grant Holliday (TFS MVP) presenting on Team Foundation Server. If you’ve ever wondered how TFS can bring productivity to your software organisation then this is the session to see. Grant will be giving a high level overview of TFS and its application to companies.

Full details of the meeting are on the SBTUG site, but in summary we meet at 6:30pm on the last Wednesday of every month at Microsoft North Ryde.

To keep in touch with what is happening feel free to join the SBTUG group on Facebook and you can also view the Event on Facebook.

And, if you haven’t already please Add me as a friend on Facebook.

Catherine Eibner has created a Twitter feed for SBTUG.

(Oh, and I’ve put the meeting on Eventful since I’ve been playing with that lately.)

See you there.

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