Next BPUG meeting scheduled on 24th of February 2016 at 18h 

Due to Illness of the main speaker, the event is postponed until mid march.

New dates will be communicated as soon as speakers / meeting place etc are confirmed
(Save the 17 of march, just in case ;)).

Thank you for your understanding.

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We are also looking into the following few things

Meeting place

The meeting place (AlterSheim) has been a cheap and convenient place. We are currently looking for a better place, which would have nice meeting room, a better internet connection and centrally located in Basel (Ideally close to tram stops).

BPUG WebSite

To make things easy when I started the BPUG adventure, I have simply took advantage of my existing blog, and the traffic I had on it, to make people aware of the existence of the BPUG.

Today we have decided to move the BPUG information onto it’s own WebSite. I am currently building the website. If you have any suggestion on things you would like to see on it (Forum, etc…?) drop us a comment here under!

Recording the sessions

We are thinking of recording the sessions and making them available on the BPUG website after each session. This will give the BPUG a broader reach, and give us a more ‘international’ touch. This will help us to spread our existence to other communities and promote the work of the speakers presenting at the BPUG.

By | 2016-10-19T21:00:12+00:00 January 24th, 2016|PowerShell|0 Comments

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