SBTUG: Mitch Denny speaking on Enterprise Software Development this Wed + Prizes!


This Wednesday 30 April 2008 at the Sydney Business & Technology User Group (SBTUG) we’ve got another great meeting organised.

This month: The Evolution of Enterprise Software Development presented by Mitch Denny.SBTUG

  • When: This Wed 30 April 2008
  • Time: 6pm (until approx 8:30pm)
  • Where: Microsoft, North Ryde
  • Contact: Craig Bailey : 0413 489 388
  • Cost: Free (Pizza all provided)


  • Prize: Full version of Visual Studio 2008 Professional & Windows Server 2008 Standard
  • Guest: Special guest appearance by Schnubbs
  • Details: full details on the SBTUG site


Mitch Denny (Principal Consultant at Readify) will be leading a discussion on The Evolution of Enterprise Software Development. Current forces in the industry are challenging our traditional (and even not so traditional) approaches to developing software to meet business requirements. In this session Mitch will introduce one way that he has been approaching some internal systems development problems at Readify and looks how this approach could be used within your organisation to deliver greater business value through technology.

Craig Bailey (Technical Director at Elcom) will be giving a high level overview of the Microsoft 2008 Stack including Windows Server 2008, Visual Studio 2008 and SQL Server 2008. He will be outlining the business benefits of each product (as opposed to just a feature review) including examples of how Elcom has gained from using them.


We have some great prizes this meeting and in upcoming meetings. This month we have a full version of Visual Studio 2008 Professional and Windows Server 2008 Standard to give away!

All you need to do is hand in your business card and we’ll be picking a winner at the end of the night.

Member spot

Plus, we’ll have a quick ‘Member Spot’ – this is a new item each meeting where we get to meet one of the SBTUG members and find out a bit more about who they are and what they do.


Schnubbs will be attending – make sure you come along and get your photo with him.


Don’t forget, if you haven’t already, you can join the SBTUG group on Facebook.

And please RSVP for Wed night’s event here. This helps us know how many people are coming (for catering).


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By Craig Bailey