About Us: CAUG is an independent group of software developers and users of Microsoft Access and related products. Our mission is to meet and share information, techniques, and ideas, the fourth Thursday of each month. Visitors are welcome! Come check us out.


Membership: Membership is absolutely free and mostly consists of being on the CAUG email distribution list. Member experience varies from seasoned pros to Microsoft Access newcomers. CAUG can't be everything to everyone and we don't even try. If you like, simply attend meetings that interest you and skip those that do not.


Location: CAUG is hosted by the New Horizons Computer Learning Centers in Chicago.

New Horizons is located at:
200 West Monroe
Suite 900
Chicago, IL 60606


Phone: (312)-222-9400


Our Next Meeting: Thursday, April 23rd, 2015 / 6 p.m.


Topic: Access Web Apps - Strategies and Pitfalls


Andy Tabisz, Microsoft MVP from Grand Rapids, MI, will be coming to CAUG April 23rd to speak on Access Web Apps. He'll be discussing his strategy for the best use of web apps, show how to quickly create a web app &ersand; invite users and demonstrate a live, working web app he has been developing over the last 2 years. Andy will also discuss some of the recent updates as well as pitfalls to avoid when creating web apps.


Speaker: Andy Tabisz is a Microsoft MVP from Grand Rapids, MI and Lead Innovator at WorkSmart Database Masters, LLC.



To Attend: For more information or to RSVP, please email us at info@caug.com. Because of building security, you must RSVP to attend. RSVPs must be received by noon on the day before the meeting. It's also important to know you're coming so we can have an accurate head count for ordering food.


Get Connected: To receive regular email announcements for CAUG meetings: Click Here.

You can also connect with CAUG on LinkedIn and FaceBook.
Check out our west suburban peer group, the CCS Access Developers Sig.

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For a fee CAUG members may be listed on our CAUG Partner and/or Consultant web pages.