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The Evolution and Future of Access

Mark your calendar for next Tuesday October 11th at 6.30pm central time!

AccessUserGroups.org was founded by Access MVPs Juan Soto and Ben Clothier in order to foster virtual Access user groups nationwide.  This month the meeting of SQL Server with Access group will include an interview with Luke Chung from FMS Software.  Luke is a popular speaker at conferences in the US, Australia and Europe, and has published many articles in industry magazines and the Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN). Microsoft has recognized him as a Microsoft MVP for his expertise and community influence. 

The meeting will cover the evolution of access, where the product is headed, why is it still the number one desktop database in the world and other great topics!

For more information on how to join this meeting visit accessusergroups.org

Don’t miss out on this great chat!

About Lucy Pyne

I work with a great team of people at IT Impact Inc. My role is Sales Support. I have worked with databases for many years and I really love how technology is advancing, it gives me new things to learn! I am sure that these meetings with Access User Group will open doors to new levels.

2 Responses to "The Evolution and Future of Access"

  • teleprogramador
    December 29, 2016 - 9:45 am Reply

    Hi, are you going to publish the evolution and future in some place?, please point where, Thank you

  • Erwin Leyes
    October 19, 2016 - 7:35 am Reply

    If Access of yesterday has the capability to build executable like the VFP , RBase and others, I am sure Access today is very different. I less care about AWA because I can still run Access desktop App via remote App. How about reviving pivot charts and table and also improving the old charting technology. I owe more than half of my life to Access. Many thanks to MS and all MVP’s for the job well done!

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