Are you a developer or user of Microsoft Access or know someone who is? Interested in expanding your knowledge about the new web capabilities in Access 2013 or how to improve Access desktop applications? There are two upcoming events that you might consider attending to gain knowledge on Microsoft Access and Access Services from seasoned professionals.
After successful one-day conferences in Bellevue and Irvine, J Street Technology is taking Access Day to Denver! Join us Wednesday, October 8 in Denver, CO for the next Access Day featuring internationally-respected presenters, including Access MVPs, book authors, and even a member of the Access development team at Microsoft.
Join us Tuesday, May 20 for the UK Access User Group Spring 2014 National Seminar at the Easthampstead Park Conference Centre. This 1-day seminar will include 5 sessions presented by Steve Girling from Dentons Directories, Access MVP Karl Donaubauer, and US Access team members Kevin Bell and Kevin Nickel.
After a successful sold-out event in the fall, J Street Technology is organizing another one-day conference on Microsoft Access. Join us Wednesday, April 16 in Irvine, CA for the next Access Day featuring internationally-respected presenters, including Access MVPs, book authors, and even a member of the Access development team at Microsoft.
Register now to join us May 3-5 for the Portland Access User Group (PAUG) 2014 Database Designer Conference. This year’s speaker lineup includes industry experts F. Scott Barker from AppsPlus, Luke Chung from FMS, Alison Balter from InfoTech Services Group Inc., Armen Stein from J Street Technology, Juan Soto from IT Impact, and Kevin Bell and Kevin Nickel from the Microsoft Access team. This is the 16th annual Database Designer Conference…
If you can’t make it to Access Day in Seattle on November 21, why not attend the UK Access User Group 2013 National Seminar at the Microsoft Thames Valley Park in Reading? The UK Access User Group conference is presented by and for Access enthusiasts, and the fall 2013 seminar features 5 sessions on a variety of topics. Read on to register and learn more.