The Denver Area Access Users Group (DAAUG) welcomes Microsoft Access users and developers of all skill levels and professions to join us in the discovery of the power of Microsoft Access.
DAAUG, the Denver Area Access Users Group was established in 1994 in order to help Microsoft Access users at all skill levels get the most from Microsoft's Office database product. Still active and going strong, the membership shares current methods and techniques at our monthly interactive labs, general meetings and special events. DAAUG is dedicated to helping everyone involved with Microsoft Access improve their database skills and understanding. Whether you are a novice user or advanced developer, there is a place for you in the Denver Area Access Users Group.
|Date||First Tuesday of each month|
5:30 PM Networking
6:00 PM Meeting
Rocky Mountain District
7595 Techonology Way
Suite 400 (4th Floor)
Denver, CO 80237
In this talk, C# and Visual Basic author Rod Stephens will walk through a group discussion leading to the design of some practical databases. He’ll first discuss three general approaches to database design: existing data centered, UI centered, and database centered.
Then Rod will lead the group in several attempts to design several databases from scratch. As a group, we’ll think of database scenarios and develop robust and flexible designs to handle them. We’ll normalize (and denormalize) them as necessary to prevent data anomalies as the databases are used and modified over time.
Rod Stephens started out as a mathematician, but while studying at MIT, discovered how much fun programming is and has been programming professionally ever since. During his career, he has worked on an eclectic assortment of applications in such fields as telephone switching, billing, repair dispatching, tax processing, wastewater treatment, concert ticket sales, cartography, and training for professional football players.
Rod has been a Microsoft Visual Basic Most Valuable Professional (MVP) for more than 12 years and has taught introductory programming. He has written 30 books that have been translated into languages from all over the world, and more than 250 magazine articles mostly covering Visual Basic, C#, Visual Basic for Applications, Delphi, and Java.
Rod’s popular VB Helper web site (http://www.vb-helper.com) receives several million hits per month and contains thousands of pages of tips, tricks, and example programs for Visual Basic programmers, as well as example code for this book. His C# Helper web site (http://www.csharphelper.com) contains similar material for C# programmers.
Last Wednesday of each month, Jan - Oct
First Wednesday after Thanksgiving
|Time||6:30 PM - 9:00 PM|
Park Meadows Mall
8401 Park Meadows Center Dr.
Lone Tree, CO 80124-5128