DataPig Access video tutorials --?? (1 Viewer)

jdraw

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Just wondering if anyone knows what has happened to DataPig Technologies and their free Access video tutorials and examples. Mike Alexander made several video tutorials that were clear and he explained the concepts and rationale for various methods extremely well.
I often referenced them myself and directed others to them. But the site seems to have disappeared. I have had no luck in finding any info or whether or not the video tutorials have been posted somewhere accessible.
I know these were often done with mdb databases (2002/2003) but well done and instructive.
 

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All I could find was this, https://exceljet.net/people/mike-alexander There seems to be a lot of Excel videos on this site but I couldn't find any access ones. And I can't get through to the data pig website, it seems to be down or something.
 

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Unfortunately, the Datapig site has been down for at least 2 months.

Lets hope Chip Pearson's site doesn't go down - with luck someone will offer to continue hosting it since his untimely demise last year
 
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Have you lost your VB virginity? LOL
 

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OK you've lost me totally with that comment!
 

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OK you've lost me totally with that comment!
Revenge is sweet!

It's in the video, relates to a comment in the Excel book they talk about.

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Thanks James,
Seems DataPig and Bacon Bits sites have been taken down. The older tutorials could be available for sale.
 

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