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I’ve started a new LinkedIn group: “MS Access with SQL Server”

For some time now I’ve been posting articles on LinkedIn MS Access groups. The posts vary the gamut, from Access topics to management posts. I’ve enjoyed the discussion and feedback on the boards, and now I’ve decided to create a new group:

MSAccessWithSQLServer

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The reasons why I’ve decided to create my own group on this subjet:

  • I believe this topic is soo important and relevant it merited it’s own group on LinkedIn
  • The group I was participating in before PMADN, (Professional Microsoft Access Developer Network), was not open and therefore the discussions not available through search. That’s a good thing, since it allows for more freedom of discussion, but my group is open.
  • It is my hope the group will help others enjoy the benefits of Access + SQL Server
  • It allows others to contribute to the discussion and not just Ben and I

If you are a member of LinkedIN you can search for my group and join us online, if you’re not I encourage you to join.

 

About Juan Soto

Juan Soto is a Senior Access Developer at IT Impact Inc. and a Microsoft Access MVP. He specializes in Access with SQL Server databases. His passion for Access has led him to helping a wide range of businesses in helping them establish a secure, stable and efficient environment with SQL Server. He's a frequent speaker at Access user groups nationwide and recently spoke at the Orange County SQL Saturday # 73. If you wish to have Juan speak at your next group meeting you can contact him here.

3 Responses to "I’ve started a new LinkedIn group: “MS Access with SQL Server”"

  • JK Smith
    June 6, 2013 - 10:37 pm Reply

    I currently have an Access 2010 database published to SharePoint 2010. We use the web reports a lot. I especially use the tempvar macro to run reports on individual records using the ID. I understand that in Access 2013 you have to use SQL 2012 Reporting Services or Report Builder to create web reports for an Access web database or app. Does the tempvar macro work the same in an Access 2013 web app for reports created using Report Builder?

  • Juan Soto
    March 18, 2013 - 1:58 am Reply

    Thanks George!

  • George Moore
    March 12, 2013 - 8:58 pm Reply

    I’m in. This is perfect. Thanks for taking the initiative to start this group.

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