Denver Area Access Users Group

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.

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Monthly General Meetings

Date Third Thursday of each month
6:00 PM Lab and General Meeting
6:30 PM Presentation
Microsoft Corporation
7595 Technology Way
Suite 400 (4th Floor)
Mt. Shavano Room
Denver, CO 80237
IMPORTANT: For the near future, meetings are REMOTE ONLY. Click here to join the remote meeting on the meeting date and time.

Next Meeting

Thursday, April 20, 2023

Northwind 2.0 Is Here!

One year ago, Tom announced to DAAUG that a new Northwind Traders sample Access application was under development. Today, he announces the release of Northwind Traders 2.0, in two versions, Starter and Developer. Join us as Tom demos the new Northwind, highlighting new features and how the sausage was made!

Tom is the Software Development Manager of Kinetik I.T. in Phoenix, Arizona, a full service information technology and internet services provider offering a wide array of technology and internet strategy solutions. Tom has a degree from Amsterdam University and came to the United States in 1991. After a few years with C++ and Windows SDK programming, he gradually focused more and more on database programming. He worked with Microsoft Access from version 1.0, and Microsoft SQL Server from version 4.5, when both were quite immature products.

Join us online at 6:30 PM Mountain Time on Thu Apr 20.