User Group Listings
 

 

 

suguk.org

SharePoint User Group UK

Established in September 2005 and with over 1100 members and 2000 posts , the aim of the group is to discuss Microsoft Sharepoint issues with fellow members including 4 UK SharePoint MVP’s. It is our aim to arrange free monthly meetings/presentations. Whether you are a Sharepoint Administrator, developer, user, or are thinking of implementing a Microsoft Sharepoint solution, come and join the fun!


Participation Membership is free. All you need to do is sign up to participate in the discussions. Once you've signed up pop over to the general chat forum to say hi and tell us a little about yourself. If you'd like a blog to post SharePoint news, views and information please let us know.


Ideas If you have any ideas on how the community should be run please feel free to drop me an email at nick@lightningtools.com or steve@combined-knowledge.com and use the forums to discuss your idea. If you are interested in presenting at a meeting on any Sharepoint issue, please also get in touch.

 

 

aacu

AACU

 

AACU

The AACU is a non-profit organisation devoted to professionalism in programming at all levels. Although primarily focussed on C and C++, they also have interests in Java, C#, Python and the wider development process.

 

dnug North

DNUG North

 

DNUG North

DNUG North is a specialist user group for creative and technical people in the South Yorkshire region. DNUG North supports local .NET specialists within the Sheffield/South Yorkshire area, fostering a sense of community among developers and helping local companies and their staff enhance the region’s skill base.

 

London.NET

London .NET

 

London.NET

London.NET user group was established to provide access to the latest and best information for developers working with Microsoft's .NET technologies and provide a community for those developers to exchange information and ideas. Regular meetings with expert speakers who dig 'under the hood' allow members to keep both in touch and informed.

 

 

www.mmmug.co.uk

Messaging and Mobility User Group

The Microsoft Messaging and Mobility User Group UK (MM&M UG) is a UK based group for people interested in both Microsoft Exchange and the Windows Mobile Devices that enable access to Exchange remotely.

The website can be located at http://www.mmmug.co.uk. The aim for the site is that it will become a great source of information and articles about Exchange and a place where, through the forums and blogs, we can all give and receive help. We have regular meetings (at least once every couple of months) to enable people to become more familiar with the Microsoft Exchange product. Meeting are held in London and Reading but in early 2007 we will be starting holding events in Scotland and the North of England.

Please note; that members are very welcome from all over the world and at any level of expertise.

If you have any further questions about the group or the website then please feel free to contact me at Nathan@clarinathan.co.uk

 

Office User Group

The Office User Group is a UK-based forum for the exchange and presentation of ideas and experiences relating to the Microsoft Office suite of products.  The group covers the needs of all levels of user from corporate strategy to individual users and developers.  The Office User Group is independent from Microsoft and is owned by its members and is a non-profit making organisation

Rod Gordon
Rod is Chairman of the Office User Group (www.officeusergroup.co.uk) and has worked with the Office products for over 15 years, developing data analysis and business intelligence applications. He also runs a 15-man software house, Gordon Associates, which specialises in the provision of bespoke database and web solutions using .NET, SQL Server, SharePoint and Microsoft CRM. See www.gordonassociates.co.uk for further information. Rod can be contacted at rod@gordonassociates.co.uk

www.officeusergroup.com

rich@gordonassociates.co.uk

 

Powershell User Group

website www.get-psuguk.org.uk

mail  powershell@hotmail.co.uk

 

 

Scottish Developers

Scottish Developers

 

Scottish Developers

Scottish Developers is a community of software professionals from a range of organisations and backgrounds with a diverse range of interests and skills. The group acts as a point of contact for members to discuss issues, technology and upcoming events.

 

Small Business Specialist Community

Small Business Specialist Community

 

Small Business Specialist Community

Do you work with small business customers? Then you should look at joining (or even starting!) an SBS Partner Group in your local area. There are now 14 by-partner, for-partner groups throughout the UK that meet on a monthly basis, with more starting all the time.

 

The Access User Group

The Access® User Group

 

The Access User Group

The Access User Group is a forum for the exchange and presentation of ideas and experiences with the Microsoft Access product and related technologies. These include single and multi-user Access applications, upsizing Access applications to SQL Server, developing web-sites based around Access databases, and the use of Access with .NET, as well as complementary tools such as XML, VB, ASP and many more. The group covers the needs of all levels of users from corporate strategy to individual developers.

 

The Developers Group

The Developers Group

 

The Developers Group

The Developers Group is an association of professional developers using Delphi, C# and other .NET development tools. The aim is to provide members with essential information and training, while promoting the exchange of ideas, knowledge and work between members.

 

The .NET Developer Network

The .NET Developer Network

 

The .NET Developer Network

The .NET Developer Network is a free user group based in Bristol (England) that serves .NET developers in the South West of England. The aim is to develop and promote the .NET developers, architects and IT pros of Bristol and the South West. Through monthly meetings we expect to generate a lively community and act as a focal point for the professionals of this area.

 

 

grooveuser.org

The Global Groove User Group

The Global Groove User Group is a focal point for Microsoft Office Groove users, worldwide. Its aim is to join up clusters of Groove users and kicked off in February of this year.

It is a place where you can:

  • Share your Groove Experiences
  • Learn from Groove experts and novices
  • Let your voice be heard in Microsoft and beyond

The Global Groove User Group encourages people to share their experiences of working with Groove collaborative software with others.  It is an active community that aims to get more out of the collaborative power in this newly acquired Microsoft product.  The site, its workspaces moderators and Groove users around the globe help to support, expand and strengthen that community.  

http://grooveuser.org

contact: jim.moffat@elastictime.com for further details

 

 

 

livemeetinguser.org/

The Live Meeting User Group

The Live Meeting User Group is a collaboration forum primarily aimed for Live Meeting users, developers, resellers and partners.  The aim of the User Group is an occasional social evening in London or Reading, combined with an online outlet for collaboration and support with regular Live Meeting webcasts.

Although LMUG is UK-based, members are welcome from all over the World as we will be broadcasting our meetings using Live Meeting.  We aim to have industry experts speaking at the events and to pass on knowledge and experiences to each other by collaborating in the forum and the blogs.

Website: http://livemeetinguser.org

 

 

The Next Generation User Group

NxtGenUG

 

The Next Generation User Group

The Next Generation User Group focus on existing and future technologies from Microsoft, helping the enterprising developer stay ahead of the game.

 

The UK SQL Server Community

UK SQL Server Community

 

The UK SQL Server Community

The UK SQL Server Community offers membership, events, comprehensive FAQs, Forums, SQL Blogging and many more features. It also has access to most of the world's leading SQL Server and Database professionals. The group is one of the biggest user groups currently active in the UK, standing at over 8,050 members in the UK and over 35,000 across the world. Established in June 2000.

 

 

mucuguk.org

Unified Communications User Group

The Microsoft Unified Communications User Group is an independent voice for all things around Microsoft Unified Communications (UC) and Real-Time Collaboration (RTC) solutions. Products covered include Live Communications Server (LCS), Office Commmunications Server (OCS), Communicator clients, Live Meeting and Exchange 2007 Unified Messaging.

http://mucuguk.org/

 

 

Visual Basic User Group (VBUG)

Visual Basic User Group (VBUG)

 

Visual Basic User Group (VBUG)

Today, VBUG is trusted by thousands of people nationwide to provide information and resources for developers and development teams. Since 1994, we've been dedicated to this task, offering a comprehensive membership package, including well-attended regional and national events. VBUG includes groups of both VB.NET and C# developers.

 

VistaSquad

Vista Squad User Group

A recently established user group focusing on Windows Vista and the .NET 3.0 framework.  We aim to have frequent meetings and demos to show off the capabilities of the new technologies and expand the reach of the Microsoft Technologies.  Membership is always free and we’re always looking for new members to come on over to VistaSquad and join in on the fun.

If you have any ideas for future presentations, demos or tips for the community head on over to the forums or drop me an email at ray@dotnetsolutions.ltd.uk and we can discuss the way forward.  Looking forward to meeting up!

www.vistasquad.co.uk

 

 

Windows Management UserGroup

www.wmug.co.uk

 

Windows Management UserGroup

The Windows Management User Group was formed in 2006 by IT Management professionals who are passionate about everything to do with the Windows Management space. The groups goal is to bring together other like minded Professionals so experiences can be shared, hints and tips swapped and advice exchanged. We will be presenting face to face on a bi-monthly basis, around the London and Reading areas initially on a variety of subjects, with content mostly driven by the community along with guest speakers from Microsoft and third-party vendors. We hosts blogs and a forum to help share information, and new members from all over the world are more than welcome to join in.

www.wmug.co.uk

 

 

 

WST

winserverteam.org.uk

Windows Server Team

The Windows Server Team is a community for everyone interested in Microsoft's Windows Server technologies - especially Windows Server 2008 (formerly codenamed 'Longhorn').  Find out more at winserverteam.org.uk

winserverteam.org.uk.

 

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