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Oxford Alpha Software User Group - VERSION 8

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  • Oxford Alpha Software User Group - VERSION 8

    :) OASUG and Ulysses would like to invite you all to attend the next Oxford User Group meeting which is now confirmed as follows:-

    • Venue:- Hampden House Conference Centre, Chalgrove
    • Date:- Wed 28th March 2007
    • 09:30-16:30 with lunch and refreshments
    • Price:- 45 inc

    Subject:- As always, content will be driven by attendees' requirements, but this time we will feature the most important ALPHA VERSION 8 (Including SQL Enterprise)

    PLEASE SUPPORT THIS EVENT - IT IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO MEET WITH EXPERIENCED AND LIKE-MINDED PEOPLE WHO CAN HELP YOU MAKE THE MOST OF YOUR ALPHA REQUIREMENTS AND CAPABILITIES

    To apply - please email:- graeme@rostering-systems.co.uk :)

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    Re: Oxford Alpha Software User Group - VERSION 8

    Hi Graeme,

    I emailed you to enquire so that I can book a place.

    Is this meeting still on?

    Michael
    www.instantnurserymanager.co.uk
    www.preschooler.co.uk

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      Re: Oxford Alpha Software User Group - VERSION 8

      Graeme,

      I'll join you, what's a Chalgrove?

      Just wanted to say Hi. See you at the conference??

      Steve (California)
      Steve Wood
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        Re: Oxford Alpha Software User Group - VERSION 8

        Steve,

        This Oxford in the UK, a long way from California:confused:

        OK I see you mean the US conference

        Michael
        Last edited by Michael Humby; 03-09-2007, 02:52 PM.

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          Re: Oxford Alpha Software User Group - VERSION 8

          Hi Steve

          We would LOVE to see you in sunny Oxford UK

          Just between you and I - I've asked for a UK version on the USA conference to take place simultaneously. Whether it happens or not, I guess will depend on UK support. So the answer is, in if/then/else statements:-

          If inchalgrove=.T. then
          SeeYouOnTVFromUK()
          Else
          SeeyouinpersoninUSA()
          End if

          (lousy formatting on this message board, huh?)

          cheers

          Graeme


          Originally posted by Steve Wood View Post
          Graeme,

          I'll join you, what's a Chalgrove?

          Just wanted to say Hi. See you at the conference??

          Steve (California)
          Last edited by Graeme Smith UK; 03-10-2007, 10:52 AM.

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            Re: Oxford Alpha Software User Group - VERSION 8

            Any feedback available on the meeting held on 28th March?

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              Re: Oxford Alpha Software User Group - VERSION 8

              Yes the meeting was great but over too quickly, learnt a lot and and also learnt that I need to learn a lot more.

              Michael
              www.preschooler.co.uk
              www.instantnurserymanager.co.uk

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                Re: Oxford Alpha Software User Group - VERSION 8

                Hi Michael,

                I am going to be arranging training sessions at our new offices in Nuneaton, We have purpose built conference rooms. There is a nice hotel just 400 yards from the offices which are situated just 3 mile from junction 3 of the M6

                The offices can be seen here http://www.epic-online.co.uk

                Subjects to be covered,

                Version 8
                Beginner
                Advanced
                AlphaDAO
                SQL
                The power of Action scripting
                Version 8 WAS

                Xbasic
                Beginner
                Advanced

                Converting Alpha Sports Web For the U.K


                We will be providing training and reference material with each training session. Also demo programs

                Any suggestions for any particular training anybody may want would be gratefully received.

                Anybody requireing more details please contact me at andymeer@yahoo.co.uk

                Andy meer

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