Thursday, 25 October 2012

Robin speaking at the Microsoft Access User Group, Reading Microsoft Campus

The UK Microsoft Access User Group has just announced the agenda for the November national event: Here’s a summary of the agenda but you can go to for the full thing. MS-Access User Group Annual Conference - with special guest speaker: Kevin Bell, Access Dev Team, Microsoft Seattle We are extremely pleased to announce that Kevin Bell of the Microsoft Access Development Team will be coming all the way from Seattle to join us at: The Access User Group National Seminar Tue 27 Nov 2012 at the offices of Microsoft, Reading RG6 1WG (known as TVP – Thames Valley Park) AGENDA: Access 2013 by Kevin Bell, Microsoft The new version of Access takes a dramatic new approach to creating database application and Kevin will explore its architecture and features. He will also discuss how your existing Access skills can be leveraged with Access 2013 and he will be joined by MS-Access MVP & Author, Andy Couch, to look at building applications in the new version of Access. Productisation of Access Applications – What You Need To Know The afternoon session will feature 4 speakers presenting Access applications that they have built - and then marketed as a product in particular vertical sector. Following each presentation there will be a chaired discussion considering alternative approaches by members of the audience. Customer Updates: Techniques For Streamlining presented by Alex Bloom, Jeux de Couleur Limited JDC provides a system for over 100 publishers all over the world; Alex will look at how you can issue updates to these systems in a controlled fashion – and still have time to go to the pub! Clinical Information System for Hospitals presented by Frank Douglass, Delian Systems Frank will look at combine individual functionality with common functionality shared by one or more other areas. System Being Used Across 50+ Sites With 700+ Users presented by Dave Talbot, D J Talbot & Associates Limited How do you manage a system used across a huge user population and keep the database structure consistent across all instances? Toy Tracker, A Management System Used by Nearly 100 Toy Libraries presented by Robin Bennett, Start Software Robin will discuss how Start Software has approached issues such as versioning, deployment, upgrades and support.

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