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  • Tulsa SharePoint Interest Group – SharePoint 2010 Mini-Launch Event - Review

    - by dmccollough
    The Tulsa SharePoint Interest Group set a record for attendance last night at our SharePoint 2010 Mini-Launch Event. Approximately 40+ people showed up to listen to SharePoint MVP Eric Shupps, The SharePoint Cowboy to discuss all of the new features for both administrators and developers. All of the Tulsa SharePoint Interest Group Officers worked very hard to ensure that this event happened. We hosted our event at our local Dave & Busters and it was a great location with good food and great service. All of the officers of the Tulsa SharePoint Interest Group would like to extend a big Thank You to all of our sponsor that helped us in making our SharePoint 2010 Mini-Launch Event a reality.

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  • Microsoft 2010 Product Tour

    - by dmccollough
    Randy Walker, Co-Founder of the Northwest Arkansas .Net User Group and Microsoft MVP has arranged for a couple of Microsoft experts, Sarika Calla Team Lead on the IDE Team and Kevin Halverson to give presentations on newly released Visual Studio 2010.   June 1 – Bentonville, Arkansas Wal-Mart .Net User Group June 1 – Rogers, Arkansas Northwest Arkansas SQL Server User Group (lunch meeting) June 1 – Springdale, Arkansas Tyson devLoop June 1 – Fayetteville, Arkansas Northwest Arkansas .Net User Group June 2 – Fort Smith, Arkansas Datatronics June 2 – Little Rock, Arkansas Little Rock .Net User Group June 3 – Fort Worth, Texas Fort Worth .Net User Group   Please contact Randy Walker with questions at [email protected]

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  • Tulsa SharePoint Interest Group - How SharePoint 2010 Business Connectivity Services could change yo

    - by dmccollough
    Bio: Corey Roth is a consultant at Stonebridge specializing in SharePoint solutions in the Oil & Gas Industry. He has ten plus years of experience delivering solutions in the energy, travel, advertising and consumer electronics verticals. Corey has always focused on rapid adoption of new Microsoft technologies including Visual Studio 2010, SharePoint 2010, .NET Framework 4.0, LINQ, and SilverLight. He also contributed greatly to the beta phases of Visual Studio 2005. For his contributions, he was awarded the Microsoft Award for Customer Excellence (ACE). Corey is a graduate of Oklahoma State University. Corey is a member of the .NET Mafia (www.dotnetmafia.com) where he blogs about the latest technology and SharePoint. Abstract: How SharePoint 2010 Business Connectivity Services could change your life - The New BDC How many hours have your wasted building simple ASP.NET applications to do nothing more than simple CRUD operations against a database.  Many tools have made this easier, but now it's so easy, you'll be up and running in minutes.  This session will show you hot easy it is to get started integrating external data from your line of business systems in SharePoint 2010.  You will learn how to register an external content type using SharePoint Designer based upon a database table or web service and then build an external list.  With external lists, you will see how you can perform CRUD operations on your line of business directly from SharePoint without ever having to do manual configuration in XML files.  Finally, we will walk through how to create custom edit forms for your list using InfoPath 2010. Agenda: 6pm - 6:30 Pizza and Mingle - Sponsored by TekSystems 6:30 - 6:45 Announcements 6:45 - 7:45 Presentation! 7:45 - 8:00 Drawings and Door Prizes Location: TCC (Tulsa Community College) Northeast Campus 3727 East Apache Tulsa, OK 74115 918-594-8000 Campus Map | Live | Yahoo | Google | MapQuest Door Prizes: We will be giving away one of each of these: XBox 360 - Halo 3 ODST Telerik Premium Collection ($1300.00 value) ReSharper ($199.00 value) SQLSets ($149.00 value) 64 bit Windows 7 Introducing Windows 7 for Developers Developing Service-Oriented AJAX Applications on the Microsoft Platform Sponsors: Thanks to our sponsors: TekSystems - Thanks for purchasing the Pizza for our meetings. ISOCentric - Thanks for providing us hosting for the groups web site. Tulsa Community College - Thanks for providing us a place to have our meetings. NEVRON - Thanks for providing us prizes to give away. INETA.org - For allowing us to be a Charter Member and providing awesome Speakers! PERPETUUM Software - Thanks for providing us prizes to give away. Telerik - Thanks for providing us prizes to give away. GrapeCity - Thanks for providing us prizes to give away. SQLSets - Thanks for providing us prizes to give away. K2 - Thanks for providing us prizes to give away. Microsoft - For providing us with a lot of support and product giveaways! Orielly books - For providing us with books and discounts. Wrox books - For providing us with books and discounts. Have any special requests? Let us know at this link: http://tinyurl.com/lg5o38. RSVP for this month's meeting by responding to this thread: http://tinyurl.com/yafkzel . (Must be logged in to the site) Be SURE to RSVP no later than Noon on April 12th and you will get an extra entry for the prize drawings! So, do it now, before you forget and miss out! Show up for the first time or bring a new buddy and you both get TWO extra entries!

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  • Tulsa SharePoint Interest Group – Meeting Reminder

    - by dmccollough
    Just a quick reminder that the Tulsa SharePoint Interest Group is having it’s monthly meeting this coming Monday April 12th @6:00 PM.   Please come see Corey Roth’s presentation on SharePoint 2010 Business Connectivity Services   We are going to be giving away some GREAT prizes XBox 360 – Halo 3 ODST Telerik Premium Collection ($1,300.00 value) ReSharper ($199.00 value) SQL Sets ($149.00 value) 64 Bit Windows 7 Infragistics NetAdvantage for .NET Platform ($1,195.00 value) You can click here for more information. You can click here to RSVP for the meeting.

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  • Tulsa Dot Net Rocks

    - by dmccollough
    Carl Franklin & Richard Campbell of .NET Rocks are taking their show on the road and are going to make a stop in Tulsa Oklahoma on Wednesday April 28th, 2010. This event will be from 6:00 PM until 9:00 PM. This is a FREE EVENT, with FREE FOOD and FREE SWAG. They are also going to be bringing a special surprise guest speaker (It could be Scott Hanselman, Scott Guthrie, Don Box, Billy Hollis, Dan Appleman or …)   Broken Arrow North Auditorium 808 East College Street   Please visit the Tulsa Developers .NET web site for updated information as it becomes available.   Register by going to this link.

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  • Tulsa SharePoint Interest Group – SharePoint 2010 Mini-Launch Event

    - by dmccollough
    Tulsa SharePoint Interest Group Presents a SharePoint 2010 Mini-Launch Event featuring Special guest speaker Eric Shupps, The SharePoint Cowboy A GREAT big Thank You to our sponsors for making this happen. Please take a minute and visit their websites.   Note: We have limited seating available for this event so please sign up now by clicking here. When: Thursday May 13th 2010 Where: Dave & Busters 6812 S. 105th East Ave Tulsa, Oklahoma 74133 Click here for directions Time: 6:00 PM Prizes, Prizes, Prizes We will be giving away some great prizes at this event, including: Studio for SharePoint (Enterprise license) valued at $6,500.00 Telerik Premium Collection valued at $1,299.00 Infragistics NetAdvantage for .NET Platform valued at $1,195.00 64 Bit Windows 7 Ultimate DevExpress CodeRush and Refactor! Pro valued at $250.00 JetBrains ReSharper valued at $199.00 Microsoft Arc Mouse Xbox 360 Game – Halo 3 ODST Xbox 360 Game – Forza Motorsport 3 Note: We have limited seating available for this event so please sign up now by clicking here.  

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  • Tulsa - Launch 2010 Highlight Events

    - by dmccollough
    Tuesday May 04, 2010 Renaissance Tulsa Hotel and Convention Center Seville II and III 6808 S. 107th East Avenue Tulsa Oklahoma 74133   For the Developer 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM Event Overview MSDN Events Present:  Launch 2010 Highlights Join your local Microsoft Developer Evangelism team to find out first-hand about how the latest features in Microsoft® Visual Studio® 2010 can help boost your development creativity and performance.  Learn how to improve the process of refactoring your existing code base and drive tighter collaboration with testers. Explore innovative web technologies and frameworks that can help you build dynamic web applications and scale them to the cloud. And, learn about the wide variety of rich application platforms that Visual Studio 2010 supports, including Windows 7, the Web, Windows Azure, SQL Server, and Windows Phone 7 Series.   Click here to register.   For the IT Professional 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM Event Overview TechNet Events Present:  Launch 2010 Highlights Join your local Microsoft IT Pro Evangelism team to find out first-hand what Microsoft® Office® 2010 and SharePoint® 2010 mean for the productivity of you and your people—across PC, phone, and browser.  Learn how this latest wave of technologies provides revolutionary user experience and how it takes us into a future of greater productivity.  Come and explore the tools that will help you optimize desktop deployment.   Click here to register.

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  • NorthWest Arkansas TechFest

    - by dmccollough
    David Walker is taking Tulsa TechFest on the road to NorthWest Arkansas When Thursday, July 8th 2010 Where Center for Nonprofits @St. Mary’s 1200 West Walnut Street Rogers, Ar 72756 479-936-8218 Map it with Bing! What is NorthWest Arkansas TechFest ? It is a technical conference with a primary focus to provide training/teaching sessions that are immediately beneficial to the broadest range of IT professionals in their day-to-day jobs. We can accomplish this with numerous national and international speakers delivering 75 minute sessions. A charitable non-profit event organized by local area volunteers. Even though it its a free event, we ask that you support the community and PLEASE bring TWO CANS or TWO BUCKS. All canned food will be donated to the NWA Food Bank and all proceeds will be donated to the The Jones Center. Since our first event in the Tulsa area back in 1996, many other communities have been following our example by hosting their own TechFest events: Vancouver TechFest, Houston TechFest, Dallas TechFest, Alberta TechFest and Indy TechFest. We are very PROUD to now bring the event to NorthWest Arkansas! Who should Attend? Every IT Professional IT Job seekers and IT Recruiters and Hiring Managers Developers of all languages Graphic and Web Designers Infrastructure, IT and System Administrators eMarketing Professionals Project Managers Compliance Managers IT Directors and Mangers Chief Compliance Officers Chief Security Officers CIOs/CTOs CEOs/Executive Officers With this many hours of training, anyone in the or wanting to get into the IT Industry will definitely find interesting and instructional presentations by professional speakers. Want to keep informed? More information can be found here.

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  • Tulsa Azure Boot Camp

    - by dmccollough
    Windows Azure Boot Camp presented by HyperVize & TulsaTech When: Thursday July 1st and Friday July 2nd Registration: Click here. Where: TulsaTech Riverside Campus 801 East 91st Street Tulsa, Ok 74132-4008 Click here for a map. Summary Tulsa Windows Azure Boot Camp is a comprehensive 2 day training program for members of the development community in Tulsa Oklahoma. At the conclusion of this program, the attendees should have a deep understanding of Azure, BPOS, and advanced development techniques for both platforms. Who should attend: Web Developers, Backend Developers, SQL DBAs, Consultants, & IT Leaders who are interested in using Azure for development, data storage, or processing. Both days is suggested, but if you can't attend both days, contact us for a special one day pass. Schedule: Day one of the training sessions will be held from July 1st 2010 between the hours of 9AM and 4:30PM. Topics covered on day 1: Azure Basics, Web Development, & Data Storage. Day two of the training sessions will be held from July 2nd 2010 between the hours of 9AM and 4:30PM. Topics covered on day 2: Architecture, Business Value, SOA Development, SQL Azure, & Advanced Development. Pre-requisites: If you want to stay up to speed on the Windows Azure Labs you will need to install the tools and updates listed on the Windows Azure Boot Camp website: http://windowsazurebootcamp.com/whattobring Boot Camp Agenda Day 1 – July1st 2010:  · 8:30 – 9:00 - Registration · 9:00 – 10:00 - Module 1: Intro to Azure & Cloud Computing · 10:00 – 11:00 - Module 2: Using Web Roles · 11:00 – Noon - Lab 1 & workstation configuration · Noon – 1:00 - Lunch · 1:00 – 2:00 - Module 3: Blobs · 2:00 – 3:00 - Module 4: Tables · 3:00 – 4:00 - Module 5: Queues · 4:00 – ? - Q&A / Open Discussion Day 2 – July 2nd 2010: · 9:00 – 10:00 - Module 6: Building a business with Azure · 10:00 – 11:00 - Module 7: Cloud Scenarios · 11:00 – Noon - Module 8: SQL Azure · Noon – 1:00 - Lunch · 1:00 – 2:00 - Module 9: Basic Worker Roles · 2:00 – 3:00 - Module 10: Advanced Worker Roles · 3:00 – 4:00 - Module 11: Azure Diagnostics · 4:00 –    ??? - Module 12: App Fabric  

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