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I am a Developer/DBA for the non-profit group Home School Legal Defense Association (HSLDA). My responsibilities include the design, maintainance, and development of applications using C#. In addition, I maintain SQL Server databases. I use MS Access 2007/2010 to assist in those maintenence tasks and for short term departmental applications. I have used Acces during most of my carreer. I have used MS Access to integrate data from several SQL Server databases to manage manufacturing processes, verify embedded control software, and calibrate measurement equipment. In addition, I have used Access to develop personnel management software for the Coast Guard and a variety of small business tools for non-profit entities. I have been using MS Access since v2.0. My knowledge of VBA, Access, .Net and SQL Server has been gained through curiousity, experience, Help Files and Web Sites.

I actively share my knowledge online as datAdrenaline. UtterAccess, www.UtterAccess.com (UA for short), is the primary place I provide assistance. I have been an active member since 12/2003. On UA, I am obtained the status of "VIP", and actively carry out the positions of UtterAccess Editor, Wiki Moderator, and Code Archive Moderator.

On a personal level, I am proud to be the father of 10 children: 8 boys (18 down to brand new) and 2 girls (7 and 1). My incredible wife homeschools some of the crew as the older kids go to the school of their choice. She keeps us all in line with well placed encouragement and love. She is truly a blessing, and has the incredible strength to keep it all together - and put up with me and my late night post binges on UtterAccess or a variety of other support forums!
Brent Spaulding | datAdrenaline | Access MVP
It's all very well to tell us to forgive our enemies; our enemies can never hurt us very much. But oh, what about forgiving our friends? - Willa Cather; As always - Pay it Forward!
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