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 ACCESS SIG
The NYC Access Special Interest group (SIG) helps Access users (from novice to professional) get the most out of Access through sharing current methods and techniques.
Time: Monday, March 3 rd, 2014 at 6:30 PM Eastern/5:30 PM Central
Place: Microsoft World Headquarters
11 Times Square
8th Avenue between 41st and 42nd Street (nearer 41st)
Belasco Room on the 6th Floor
Note: Bring Picture ID
Agenda: 6:30 PM – Questions and Answers
Speaker: Juan Soto, Microsoft Access MVP, Senior Project Manager
Online Moderator: Ben Clothier
Topic: Wish you could live the glamorous consulting life?
Via Web: https://join.me/accessexperts NOTE: We recommend calling the phone line for the meeting rather than using the audio of your PC
Consulting is a great career choice, from the increased pay, (sometimes less), to the flexible hours, (working nights and weekends), you will work with a wide range of customers, (if you can find them), that will lead you to wonder why you didn’t start earlier? (and walk away from a cushy job). Juan says that he would not trade his consulting career for any other choice; he loves the rewards and the freedom it provides him, but he has learned the hard way. In this session you will learn sales, marketing and management strategies to get your practice off the ground, sand traps to avoid along the way and a honest, down to earth assessment of the consulting life. An essential session for those thinking about this choice and/or those who are just starting out.
Note: Even when an IT person has a permanent position, they are usually on a separate career track from non-IT personnel. This session will provide tips for all IT personnel.
You can see a preview at http://bit.ly/1bLUZAE
To learn of the unlikely possibility of last minute developments tending to delay or cancel the event please call John Frederick at (212) 595-2599 or (917) 685-7529.
Hi Juan, is a recording/transcript of your presentation “Building Access Dashboards with SQL Server” at the Connecticut Access Users Group last Thursday February 27th at 6 PM available?