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Ageing Microsoft Access Software Developer seeks help

Ageing Microsoft Access Software Developer seeks help

Ageing Microsoft Access Software Developer seeks help

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Admin, if you think this is inappropriate, my apologies; please remove. As I am an old Tek-tips member, I am hoping this post is ok.

I have been running my own software development small business for some time. Due to health related problems, I need to wind back, and am looking for an experienced Microsoft Access expert and VBA programmer, to help me support my remaining clients. Must be SYDNEY based and be prepared to periodically visit client offices, though most of the work can be done remotely. Experience with SQL Server also required, and most important is a good positive attitude. If you think you are interested and can help, please let me know.

Thanks and regards, Steve

Steve Lewy
Solutions Developer
SimplyData
simplydata.com.au
(dont cut corners or you'll go round in circles)

RE: Ageing Microsoft Access Software Developer seeks help

Sydney's a very big city. At least the last time I checked on Google Earth. I would think it would be easy to find local programmers to take up the work for you. I would start by finding some local universities or community colleges and post a request for help on one of the bulletin boards in the computer science building. I assume they still do things like that.

I think a young college kid would welcome a little income and work experience related to their major.

Just a thought.

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