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Did I mention that this club has a small membership fee. But, they receive many prizes to give away.
Yours truly won a USB 3 Flash Drive (64GB) in April 2015 at the prize drawings.
This Month: Windows 10 and Office 2016

Starting new in 2015: Regular Monthly Meetings
Date: 1st Tuesday of each month

Time: 6:00 PM to approx. 9:00 PM - Main Meeting
Location: Microsoft USA - Rocky Mountain District
7595 Technology Way
Suite 400 (4th Floor)
Denver, CO 80237
(driving directions)

PLEASE CHECK WEB SITE - Microsoft finished construction - Meetings at Microsoft as usual http://www.daaug.org/
This Users Group has been around a long time.
They also have free Access Labs for learning at a Microsoft Store.
LAB: People (often beginners) bring in a project in process or just need help getting started. Volunteers provide hand-on assistance.
It is located at the Microsoft Store. See details below.
Note: Many labs include assistance with Office 365 with Access to make web-based Databases.

Regular Monthly Meetings
Date: 1st Tuesday of each month

Time: 6:00 to 6:30 pm - Networking
6:30 to 9:00 pm - Meeting

Microsoft's new presentation room has enabled Remote Presentations on the projector screen. DAAUG is always looking for innovative Access speakers. If you can provide a Remote Presentation, contact DAAUG directly for more information.

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FEB 2015 Speaker:
Presenter: Rod Stephens

Many people believe that algorithms are magical creations anointed by famous developers of yore. In fact, an algorithm is simply a recipe for doing something useful on a computer. In this talk, algorithm expert Rod Stephens demystifies some of his favorite algorithms. Using intuitive concepts (without a lot of math), he’ll explain:
  • Quicksort (The most commonly used sorting algorithm)
  • B-trees (Which databases use to manage indexes)
  • Shortest path algorithms (Similar to the ones used by Google Maps. Maybe. They’re not telling.)
  • The police donut routing problem (Sometimes called the traveling salesman problem.)
  • The booty division problem (Sometimes called the partition problem.)
  • Other algorithms if time permits
Rod Stephens started out as a mathematician, but while studying at MIT, discovered how much fun programming is and has been programming professionally ever since. During his career, he has worked on an eclectic assortment of applications in such fields as telephone switching, billing, repair dispatching, tax processing, wastewater treatment, concert ticket sales, cartography, and training for professional football players.
 

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March 2015
An evening of discovery of the widely misunderstood Microsoft Access Report View, first introduced in Access 2007. Your presenter, Jim Pilcher, will show you how to leverage the similarities and differences that Report View has with the tried-and-true Print Preview in Microsoft Access. Jim will also show you advanced users the VBA report events gotchas when you first begin exploring Report View for serious applications.
 

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April 2015
Presenter: George Young (Excellent every time Rx)

In an era of increasing diversity of devices, there are some interesting options for providing full Access client access to all users, regardless of device or operating system. Two of these, both available today on Microsoft Azure, are a Virtual Machine hosting Access 2013 with Remote Desktop Services used to access the shared resource; and, RemoteApp, a new offering on Azure that offers some interesting differences compared to a straight VM. We’ll take a look at both of these, setting up a fully-running instance of each, and evaluate pros and cons of each approach.

George first encountered Microsoft Access when using the thirty-plus floppy disk versions of Office to teach Statistics and MIS in the early 1990’s. It’s been true love ever since. George has worked as a software developer for the past twenty years, including twelve at Microsoft (in just about every group other than Office). He is currently an independent consultant living at 7000 feet in Larkspur, Colorado, working primarily on .NET applications. George still has a commercial site or two that is driven by an Access database sitting in the server file system.
 

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Presenter: George Young

Windows 10 and Office 2016 previews have been released! Over the coming months, Microsoft will be rolling out periodic updates to both Windows and Office. Want to try the latest and see how Office and Windows are changing? Want to do this without endangering your work machine or buying a test machine? You’ve come to the right place. We’ll walk through setting up a Virtual Hard Disk (VHD) using a PowerShell script from a Windows 10 Preview DVD image (ISO) in a matter of minutes, and then adding this to the boot manager so that we can dual boot any machine to either our primary OS or to the Preview. We’ll also install the Office 2016 Preview and have a quick look!

George first encountered Microsoft Access when using the thirty-plus floppy disk versions of Office to teach Statistics and MIS in the early 1990’s. It’s been true love ever since. George has worked as a software developer for the past twenty years, including twelve at Microsoft (in just about every group other than Office). He is currently an independent consultant living at 7000 feet in Larkspur, Colorado, working primarily on .NET applications. George still has a commercial site or two that is driven by an Access database sitting in the server file system.


Short Presentation: Interesting Access Query Techniques
Presenter: Jim Pilcher

Jim Pilcher will show a small handful of Access query techniques in this short presentation. Nothing formal here, just down and dirty queries!
 

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