The Microsoft Office Access team is holding an Access Information Worker Workshop on the Redmond, WA campus in February (exact date TBD). This two-day conference and usability study is for Information Workers (especially in non-IT roles) that use Access to track information. This is an opportunity for these important Access power users to share with us feedback about the product before the Beta release.
What is Information Workers Workshop?
This workshop is designed for a small number of invited guests to spend two days with the Access team. Throughout the event, team members will outline the vision, demonstrate the product and answer questions. Participants will have many opportunities to build applications using Access 14 and provide feedback through 1:1 interaction with the people who designed it.
What is in it for me?
All participants will get the chance to learn more about how to build Access applications and to influence the next version of Access. You will also have a chance to connect 1:1 with members of the product team. Additionally, you will receive a “Thank You” gift from Microsoft.
Who is invited?
Seating is limited. Invitations will be extended to applicants that most closely map to the following skills:
- Create new applications or modify existing templates
- Create new tables, relationships, queries, reports, form and macros
- Write useful expressions
- Write macros and dabble in code
The workshop is FREE. Participants are responsible for travel and expenses. For more information or to confirm your seat, please send us mail with your name, contact information, title and role in your organization, and description of Access experience.
Note: This Complete post is taken from Microsoft Access Team Blog