DAAUG Treasurer Lee Milligan will show a number of Access databases from over a 15+ year time span and their integration with related data sources and front-end counterpart web applications. He will also review the advantages of the databases and previous processes replaced by their core functionality.
Lee entered the IT/Software Development market in 1999 with an emphasis on Microsoft Access database creation and support of existing network distributed database applications. He soon began VBA (Visual Basic for Applications), SQL Server, and .NET development as technologies evolved. Several of his Microsoft Access database applications are still deployed in production after 18 years and have stood the test of time through over five versions of Microsoft Access.