Register now: Join us for Access Day November 21

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Save the date: Access Day November 21Join us Thursday, November 21 for a 1-day Microsoft Access conference in Bellevue, WA. Armen Stein, long-time Access MVP and president of J Street Technology, is organizing Access Day, which features internationally-respected presenters, including Access MVPs, book authors, and members of the Access development team at Microsoft.

Kevin Bell, Luke Chung, Tom van Stiphout, George Hepworth, Andy Couch, and Armen Stein will lead sessions on a mix of Access client techniques and new Access web app development using SharePoint and SQL Azure. The intended audience is Access developers and advanced users who want to learn ways to make their applications more powerful and develop Access solutions for the web.

The conference will be held at The Bravern in downtown Bellevue, which is walking distance from the transit center and many hotels.

Check out to register and to learn more information and schedule details.

  1. LaurieDunn

    Hi Kevin. This look like a great lineup of sessions. Is there any possibility that some of them will be available over the web? It is a long way for me to go for only 1 day of training.

    • ArmenStein

      Sorry, we’re not going to do webcasting, for a couple of reasons. First, there’s a fee for attending, and I don’t want to dilute in-person attendee value, nor would I want to charge a fee for remote attendees. Also, I’ve found that mixed physical/webinar events have distractions and technical difficulties that impact both in-person and remote attendees.

      Armen Stein

      J Street Technology


    Thanks for your invitation message . However , I am now living in Tokyo , Japan , sorry ,
    I coulkn’t attend the Access Day . I hope that many audienses will attend the conference .

  3. dpimental

    What about write-ups after the day, such as what got covered and where to find more information?

  4. ArmenStein

    Hi David, presentation materials will be made available to attendees. Beyond that, each presenter will decide what they would like to make public. If you are interested in a particular topic, you can contact the presenter directly to see if they plan to have their materials available for everyone.

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