Saturday, May 2, 2009

Upcoming CDNUG Event, May 13th: Microsoft SharePoint Feature Areas

At Cyprus .NET User Group (CDNUG), we focus on Microsoft .NET and SQL Server technologies (for more information please read about CDNUG).

We organize regular monthly events on the above technologies which, of course, are free to the public.
This month’s event (May, 2009) is dedicated to Microsoft SharePoint Technologies.
See below for event-specific details:

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Topic: Microsoft SharePoint Feature Areas
When: Wednesday, May 13th, 2009
Time: 19:00
Where: Microsoft Office (11 Limassol Avenue, Nicosia)
Speaker: Evangelos Hadjichristodoulou (Services Consultant, Microsoft Cyprus)
Host: Cyprus .NET User Group
Registration: Please signup on CDNUG Yahoo polls.
For more details check our website at www.cdnug.net
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If it happens and you are in Cyprus in May, you are more than welcome to attend our event!!!
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