PAUG 2014 Database Designer Conference at Silver Falls
Scott holds a bachelor of science in computer science and has worked as a developer in the database field for more than 16 years, first with Clipper, and then with Visual Basic, SQL Server, and Microsoft Access for the past 10 years. Scott has already created and deployed a number of ASP.NET Web sites for his clients.
Working at Microsoft for two years, Scott was a member of the Microsoft Access and FoxPro teams. Since leaving, he has been a contractor with Microsoft developing in-house tools used throughout Microsoft. With his company, Applications Plus, Scott has also been doing contract development for many Fortune 500 companies, developing in ASP.NET, Visual Basic .NET, C#, Visual Basic/Access/Office, and SQL Server.
Scott has trained for Application Developers Training Company and others all around the U.S. and is a frequent speaker at Microsoft conferences throughout the U.S., Canada, South Asia, and Europe. Through his classes and conferences, Scott has trained thousands of developers.
Scott is a writer for a number of development magazines and is the author of several books; Access 2003 : Your visual blueprint for creating and maintaining real-world databases, F. Scott Barker’s Microsoft Access 2002 Power Programming, published by Sams, Access 97 Power Programming, published by Que, Wroxs Visual C# 2005 Express Edition Starter Kit (Programmer to Programmer) to name just a few.
F. Scott Barker
Author of “Access Power Programming”, and “Microsoft C# Express Starter Kit”
Luke Chung, President, founded FMS in 1986 to provide custom database solutions. He has directed the company’s product development and consulting services efforts as the database industry evolved. In addition to being a primary author and designer of many FMS commercial products, Luke has personally provided consulting services to a wide range of clients. A recognized database expert and highly regarded authority in the Microsoft Access developer community, Luke was featured by Microsoft as an Access Hero during Access’ 10 year anniversary celebration. Luke is a popular speaker at conferences in the US, Europe and Australia, and has published many articles in industry journals. He is a past president of the Washington, DC chapter of the Entrepreneurs Organization (EO Network), and serves on the Fairfax County Information Technology Policy Advisory Committee and the School Superintendent’s Business and Community Advisory Council. Luke is a graduate of Harvard University with a Bachelor degree in Engineering and Applied Sciences, and a Masters in Physical Oceanography.
8150 Leesburg Pike Ste 600, Vienna, VA 22182
Alison Balter is a leading author of Microsoft Access books and SQL Server books, including Using Microsoft Access 2010, Alison Balter’s Mastering Access 2007 Development, Teach Yourself SQL Server 2005 Express in 24 Hours, a developer video training series on Access 2007, a user video training series on Access 2007, three Access 2007 e-books, and Access 2010 user videos, all for SAMS Publishing. She is most recently completed an Access Developer video series for Experts Exchange where she also has published numerous articles.
Alison is a highly experienced developer and independent trainer. She loves to take highly technical material and explain it in a way that everyone can understand. Alison develops applications using Access and SQL Server. She specializes in teaching others how to develop Windows and Web applications. During her 24 years in the computer industry, she has trained and consulted many people in corporations and government agencies, including Southern California Edison, Shell Oil, and Cisco. On a personal note, Alison enjoys spending time with her husband Dan, and children Alexis and Brendan. They all love to travel, ski (snow and water), and hike. Alison also likes walking and weight lifting.
Alison J. Balter
InfoTech Services Group, Inc.
5000 Via Mesita, Newbury Park, CA 91320
Armen Stein, a Microsoft MVP, will lead discussions about software consulting, including promoting your consulting business, and understanding system requirements and communicating expectations. Whether you are a consultant now or are just thinking about it, join us for these lively interactive sessions. Armen is President of J Street Technology, a leading Microsoft Access, ASP.NET, SQL Server, SharePoint and Windows shopping cart development firm. Armen delivers a great deal of pragmatic material presented in a unique personable style, making him one of PAUG’s most popular conference speakers. Armen is co-author of Access 2003 VBA Programmer’s Reference and Access 2007 VBA Programmer’s Reference, and has spoken at the Office DevCon in Australia for the past four years. Published Book List
J Street Technology
2630 116th Ave NE Ste 200, Bellevue, WA 98004
Juan Soto is a Senior Project Manager at IT Impact Inc., where he specializes in Access with SQL Server databases. He’s a frequent speaker at Access user groups nationwide and the only Access developer to speak at SQLSaturdays.com events held across the US. When he’s not working, he’s writing posts for his blog at AccessExperts.net/blog. To learn more about Juan, please visit his firm’s site, AccessExperts.net.
Kevin Bell is a test engineer on the Microsoft Access team in Redmond Washington. Prior to joining Microsoft in 2008, Kevin was a partner in a consulting practice in Colorado that specialized in building software solutions for small businesses and departments in large corporations. Their primary development environment was Microsoft Access connected to a SQL Server backend. Over a 15+ year consulting career he has created a variety of custom applications from a management system for a small drapery shop with a hand full of users to a compliance tracking system for a large insurance company with hundreds of users in multiple locations.
Like many Access Developers, Kevin’s career with Access started by accident. While working in Melbourne Australia for an illumination engineering firm, he started modernizing the company’s testing reports using Microsoft Excel. Excel offered a rich presentation layer, but it wasn’t very efficient at managing large amounts of data. Databases at the time lacked graphical capabilities and Microsoft’s newly released Visual Basic lacked database support. Then Access 1.0 arrived, combining the best elements of all three, and Kevin was hooked.
Over the years Kevin has been a member, officer and frequent presenter at the Denver Area Access User Group and now regularly attends both the Seattle Access User Group and the Pacific Northwest Access Developers Group. Kevin is thrilled to be speaking at the 2011 Portland Database Designers Conference.
1 Microsoft Way
Redmond WA 98052
Kevin has been a speaker at the Seattle Access User’s Group, the SharePoint Conference, and will be presenting at the upcoming TechEd conference in New Orleans.
1 Microsoft Way
Redmond WA 98052