General Meeting Presentation

Thursday, June 21, 2007

Using Classes in Microsoft Access

Chris Nebinger

The professional development world is moving more and more toward object classes. It is only a matter of time before Access fully embraces object oriented design.

Classes are one of the most overlooked features of Microsoft Access. Many developers understand the syntax of the classes, but not how and when to use them in their applications. Chris will present 4 four situations ideally suited for using classes. Also, he will present some advanced class techniques.

Our presenter, Chris Nebinger, recently started CTN Technologies, Inc., a consulting company focused on Microsoft technologies, including .NET, SQL Server, and Access. He has developed applications for companies such as: Ball Aerospace, Coors, Conoco, BP, USAF, & Georgia Pacific.