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> 14 Years And Counting!
Posted by argeedblu - Apr-26-16 - 14 replies
26 April 2016

As April 27th, 2016 dawns over the Pacific, the UtterAccess community celebrates another milestone, the 14th anniversary of our founding. Congratulations to our many members whose willingness to share their knowledge and their searches for new knowledge with their peers keeps UA alive and vibrant. Over the years, we may have changed our look but never our focus on peer support and always striving to be the the premier Microsoft Access help forum.

We've come a long way since our A3 beginnings but none of what we are today would even be possible without our founder Gord, our volunteers who keep the ship afloat behind the scenes, our moderators and administrators, and our dedicated VIP group.

Happy Birthday UtterAccess!

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> SQL Server Developer Edition Is A Free Download
Posted by DougY - Mar-31-16 - 1 replies

Microsoft announced that SQL Server 2014 Developer Edition will now be a free download for Visual Studio Dev Essentials users. Note that SQL Server Developer Edition is for development and testing only; it should not be used in production environments or with production data. When SQL Server 2016 Developer Edition is released later this year, it will also be free.

You can find out more in the SQL Server Blog.
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> Brucem Joins The 5,000 Post Club.
Posted by argeedblu - Mar-16-16 - 18 replies
16 March, 2016.

UtterAccess VIP BruceM, who has been a member of UA since May, 2010, today became a member of the 5,000 post club.

Congratulations Bruce, and thanks for your contribution to our community. thumbup.gif
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