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As I catch up on stuff over the holidays, I wanted to post a podcast with Eli Robillard, a Microsoft MVP in SharePoint and leader of the Toronto SharePoint User Group (TSPUG). In our conversation, Eli answers the age old question of "Why start a user group?" and talks about his experiences getting TSPUG off the ground and vibrant. He also shares his view of what works and what may work as you embark on the adventure of running a group. You can get the podcast here.
The Toronto SharePoint User Group meets at Nexient Learning on the second Wednesday of each month at 6:00pm on the 8th floor of 2 Bloor West in downtown Toronto. For more information check out the TSPUG web site. Also check out Eli's blog.