[AccessD] Tony's comments

Charlotte Foust charlotte.foust at gmail.com
Wed Feb 20 15:19:35 CST 2013

But we have the Access-D clubhouse decorated exactly the way we like it!
 If we moved to another list, we'd have to live with their furniture. ;-(


On Wed, Feb 20, 2013 at 12:55 PM, Jim Dettman <jimdettman at verizon.net>wrote:

> <<We mainly use ADPs at work. I read they are officially deprecated as of
> A2013.>>
>  That is correct.
> <<I think VBA  as we know it is going away too, not sure if it is A2013 or
> not.>>
>   I don't think anytime soon (it is in A2013), BUT you can be sure there
> will be no major enhancements to desktop databases in Access anymore.  It's
> simply not Microsoft's focus.  As Jim L said, it's all about the web and
> the
> cloud.  Desktop development is dying off.
> <<It may just be me, but I'd welcome any discussions whether it be Access,
> VB, .Net, C#, Azure, HTML5, Javascript, CSS.>>
>   Sounds like DB-Tech is the list to be on.
> Jim.
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