Robert Smith has been developing solutions with Access for over 10 years, in fact, ever since its original launch in November 1992. He currently works for EH3 Consulting, a software consultancy with offices in Edinburgh and Bath, where most of his time is spent designing Access or SQL Server - based solutions for a variety of companies throughout the UK and Europe. When not working, Rob takes a keen interest in the progress (or otherwise) of Crystal Palace Football Club, as well as indulging...See more
Robert Smith has been developing solutions with Access for over 10 years, in fact, ever since its original launch in November 1992. He currently works for EH3 Consulting, a software consultancy with offices in Edinburgh and Bath, where most of his time is spent designing Access or SQL Server - based solutions for a variety of companies throughout the UK and Europe. When not working, Rob takes a keen interest in the progress (or otherwise) of Crystal Palace Football Club, as well as indulging his other passion for collecting (and occasionally sampling) fine wines. In practice, the varying fortunes of the former normally mean that he spends a lot more time sampling than collecting. Dave Sussman has spent the majority of his professional life as a developer, using both Unix and Microsoft-based products. After writing his first two books while in full time employment, he realized that being an author sounded more glamorous than being a programmer. The reality is somewhat different. He now spends most of his time writing books for Wrox Press, speaking at conferences, and playing with most be ta products that Microsoft ships. Ian Blackburn is director of Blackburn IT Services Ltd (http: //www.bbits.co.uk) - an IT firm based in Kent, UK, offering technical training, development, and consultancy. He has long experience in many areas including Microsoft Office development, ASP and ADO, SQL Server, Site Server, Visual InterDev, Visual Studio .NET, ASP.NET, and e-commerce. He is an MCSE and has been a MCP since 1993. John Colby is an independent consultant who has specialized in Access development since 1994, designing databases for companies in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, andIreland. John is past president and current board member of Database Advisors Inc., (www.databaseadvisors.com), a not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing fellow Access and Visual Basic developers with a place to discuss what we do, why we do it, what works, and what doesn't. Database Advisors Inc. also allows developers to showcase their talents by sharing databases, wizards, and various code packages. John lives in Connecticut with his family. He enjoys music, travel, and all things computers, and dreams of getting back to Europe someday soon. Mark Horner is Senior Architect and Development Consultant with Torville Software, which specializes in decision support and web-centric knowledge systems. He has worked in a variety of roles with Australian, UK, and US corporations including: ANZ Banking Group, Aspect Computing, British Aerospace, Citibank, Hewlett Packard, and Tenix Defence Systems. Mark holds a bachelor of business degree from Swinburne University of Technology and an MBA from Monash University, Australia. He is a member of the Internet Society (www.isoc.org) and a Dilbert devotee (www.dilbert.com). "I would like to thank the Wrox team for their determination "to make the books that make the difference" and the engineers at Redmond for more great development tools. Special thanks to Sarah Bowers for getting me into technical reviewing and to Beckie Stones for getting me into writing." Martin W. P. Reid is an Analyst at The Queen's University of Belfast. Martin has been working with Microsoft Access since version 1 and his main interest is working with Access Data Projects. He has contributed several articles to Smart Access, Inside SQL Server, and Inside Microsoft Access, and is a contributor to TechRepublic (www.techrepublic.com) and www.builder.com. He is also co-author of "SQL: Access to SQL Server," published by Apress, and has been the technical editor on books involving technologies from VB.NET database programming to Oracle 9"i" PL/SQL and Macromedia... See less
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