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April 2003 Meeting

Daniel Ogden presented Windows Server 2003 Preview

March 2003 Meeting

February 2003 Meeting

Richard Garth presented Pulling XML Data Into Excel

January 2003 Meeting

Daniel Ogden, SIG Co-Leader presented Windows Registry.

December 2002 Meeting

Daniel Ogden, SIG Co-Leader presented Windows Customization.

March 2002 Meeting

Daniel Ogden, SIG Co-Leader presented Using Windows 2000/XP as an Application Development Platform.

February 2002 Meeting

Tom Davis, Senior Managing Consultant with Software Architects, Inc., presented How to Write Efficient SQL and Stored Procedures.

January 2002 Meeting

Tuc Goodwin, Beginning VB SIG Leader, discussed Microsoft Office Automation.

December 2001 Meeting

North Texas Microsoft Developer SIG Leaders Daniel Ogden, Larry Linson, Stephen Johnson, and Tuc Goodwin led a discussion on the new direction that the four SIGs would be taking in the year 2002. Beginning VB SIG Leader Tuc Goodwin also gave a brief presentation on Writing Visual Basic Code.

November 2001 Meeting

Robert MacIntyre and Zain Nabousi of New Horizons discussed the various training plans and courses offered by New Horizons.

October 2001 Meeting

Toby Atherton, Matt Jones and Zac Childress of Compuware Corporation presented DevPartner Studio.

September 2001 Meeting

Thomas Dawkins of Microsoft Corporation led a discussion on Microsoft Product Activation.

August 2001 Meeting

Toi Beveridge Wright , President of Metroplex Access Developers, presented Introduction to N-Tier applications Using Access, Visual Basic, and Active Server Pages.

July 2001 Meeting

SIG Co-Leader Larry Linson discussed the Video Training Corporation Visual Basic for Applications CD.

June 2001 Meeting

Greg Nicholson of Microsoft Corporation discussed Office XPData Access Pages, SmartTags, and SharePoint Team Services.

May 2001 Meeting

Matt Hester of Microsoft Corporation spoke on Using UML in Microsoft Visio 2000 for Database Development.

April 2001 Meeting

Tom Browning, Assistant SIG leader of the Microsoft Access SIG, discussed Generic Report Writing in Microsoft Access.

March 2001 Meeting

Gerry Burns and John Harbaugh of Motient Corporation (formerly ARDIS) presented the Motient wireless data network and its wireless integration into Microsoft Exchange

February 2001

Advanced Visual Basic and Access SIG Leaders Stephen Johnson and Larry Linson presented a panel discussion on Visual Basic vs. Access - Which One Should I Use for Database Application Development?

January 2001

Brian Moore, Developer Tools Specialist from Microsoft, presented an overview of the Microsoft .NET Framework and Services.

December 2000

SIG Co-Leaders Larry Linson and Daniel Ogden led a discussion of general issues of current interest to developers.

November 2000

Microsoft Networking SIG Leader Gil Brand discussed Setting Up a Small Developer LAN for Business or Home Use.

October 2000

Adam Cogan of Superior Software, Sydney, Australia, spoke on Building e-Business Applications Using XML.

September 2000

SIG Co-Leader Daniel Ogden gave a presentation on Using Windows 2000 as an Application Development Platform

August 2000

SIG Co-Leader Larry Linson led a discussion of VBA Add-Ins for Office 2000 Developers.

July 2000

SIG Co-Leader Larry Linson gave a presentation on Developing Multi-User Microsoft Access Database Applications.

June 2000

SIG Co-Leader Daniel Ogden, Esq. spoke on Current Trends in Intellectual Property and Internet Law.

May 2000

Thomas Lewis, Windows DNA Technology Specialist from Microsoft, presented Visual Studio: The Next Generation.

April 2000

Steve Ballmer’s keynote presentation to the February 2000 Vbits Conference on Visual Studio 7.0 was displayed.



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