I have noticed a spike in attendance here whenever I mention Excel and not so much when I mention Access. In part I assume that’s because most of you found me thru my friend Mr. Murphy’s site (or thru the other Dick’s site)….
I am VERY interested in who you are or more exactly what you do and where you do it.
Of course I appreciate the importance of privacy and our basic human right to just “lurk”, but if you could let me know either by a post on this thread or by emailing me directly at email@example.com I’d be very appreciative.
One of my major goals here is to help foster a “Community” of Access and Excel developers out there. I believe there are a lot of us out there slogging away in obscurity and I’d like very much to help us all make more money and do better work (in that order actually).
I also want to build an energy that could perhaps be channelled back to Microsoft to get them to pay more heed to us primarily “Client-Side- Professional-Non-Professional Developers”. I believe people like us can have an impact on “lock-in” to the Office System and we are even the most likely proponents of their beloved SharePoint, despite the fact that they seem to think that isn’t true. Help me with that.
Of course any direct correspondence would be kept totally private.