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Register now for October 8 Access Day in Denver, CO

Access DayAre you a developer or user of Microsoft Access, or know someone who is?  Interested in the new web capabilities in Access 2013 or how to improve your Access client applications?

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.

Access Day will include sessions by Kevin BellAlison BalterAndy Tabisz, George Young, and Armen Stein that cover a mix of Access client techniques and new Access 2013 Web App development.

Here’s what people are saying about Access Day:

A lot of fun, great information!  Thanks for putting it on!  –Ryan E.

Access Day has provided a welcoming environment for professionals to meet and get acquainted with peers… –Craig R.

The presentations focused on real-world solutions and scenarios and reminded me how much I like Access.  –Luis C.

I really enjoyed the great mix of topics and the enthusiasm of each presenter was excellent.  –Craig A.

Details and registration link are at www.AccessDay.org.  Register by August 28 for a $20 early bird discount.

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