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Introducing Virtual Access User Groups Online

The time has come to create a platform that will allow Access users a way to meet virtually and discuss a wide range of topics. It is with great excitement that Ben and I introduce AccessUserGroups.org Why virtual access user

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Monday March 3nd: LIVE from Times Square! Join Us!

Folks I’ll be presenting at the NY Access SIG group at Microsoft’s offices and we will be transmitting it over the web live! Here are the details:                                                  NYPC

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TOMORROW: Live from CTAUG online! Also, join me at New York Access Special Access Group – This Monday!

I have a busy schedule in the next five days with presentations at CTAUG and SQL Saturday tomorrow and Saturday. For more details on those events click here. Tomorrow’s presentation WILL BE broadcast online! Here are the details: CTAUG Meeting

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Two events next week! Come and join us!

I will be in Connecticut next week participating in two events, first up: Connecticut Access Users Group – Thursday February 27th 6 PM I’ll be presenting on “Building Access Dashboards with SQL Server”, where we will discuss leveraging the power

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The Surface Pro has made Microsoft hip again.

This winter Microsoft provided all MVPs at the annual summit with a heavily discounted Microsoft Surface RT second generation. It promptly got sequestered by my wife, but I was intrigued enough to go out and purchase a Surface Pro 2

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Working with XML data efficiently – Part Two

This is part two of our two-part series on working with XML data with a SQL Server backend. Part one can be found here. In part one, we showed how much simpler and effective it was to manipulate XML data

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Working with XML data efficiently – Part One

This is part one of a two-part series that discusses working with XML data with an SQL Server backend. Part two is discussed here. I’ve personally found XML files to be something of a bugbear. They’re going to require some

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