Patricia Cardoza is an Exchange and Outlook Applications developer, writer, and Microsoft Outlook MVP. Patricia currently serves as Exchange Administrator and lead developer for Pacific Southwest Container, a large manufacturing company. She has authored two other books, Special Edition Using Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 and Absolute Beginner's Guide to Microsoft OneNote 2003. She has also written numerous articles about Outlook, Exchange, and wireless devices for a variety of journals including .NET Magazine and Tech Republic. In her spare time, she loves to cook, read, watch movies with her husband, and spoil her three cats.
Teresa Hennig is the owner of Eade.com, which specializes in developing cost-effective Access applications. Her energy and enthusiasm are complemented by her ability to quickly grasp a situation and provide a solution. Her biggest rewards are being a partner with her clients and sharing their joy in their successes. Her site, www.DatabaseAnswerSite.com, is recognized as a resource for learning about relational databases by several universities and technical support organizations.
An avid Access aficionado, Teresa is the president of the two leading Access user groups in the US northwest: the Pacific Northwest Access Developers Group (PNWADG) and the Access Special Interest Group. She is also dedicated to helping the Spinal Cord Society raise money to find a cure for spinal cord injuries. And, she wishes that she had more time to enjoy dancing.
Graham Seach is Chief Development Officer for a Sydney-based database development company, Pacific Database (www.pacificdb.com.au). He has been developing applications in Access since version 1.0, has participated in the Microsoft Office 2003 beta program, and has presented at several Microsoft events, notably the Microsoft Office 2003 System launch in Sydney and Melbourne in 2003.
Graham holds an MCP in Access Development, master-level Brainbench certification in Access, and is recognized by Microsoft as an MVP (most valuable professional). He has received this award three times. He regularly provides worldwide Access developer support for Microsoft via the Microsoft newsgroups, and has been published in MSDN Magazine. Graham's technical focus is now on Access and the SQL Server integration, having provided many business solutions to a wide range of government, military, and private organizations.
Armen Stein is the owner and founder of J Street Technology, Inc., a team of database application developers in Redmond, Washington. He is President Emeritus of the Pacific Northwest Access Developers Group, and has contributed to Access/Office/VB Advisor magazine and Smart Access. He has taught database classes at Bellevue Community College and Seattle Central Community College and also developed and taught his own 1-day training class called Access Development the J Street Way. Armen earned a business administration/computer science degree from Western Washington University, and has been developing computer applications since 1984. His other interests include activities with his family, backgammon, cheering on the Mariners, and driving his 1969 Ford Bronco in the sun.
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