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Is anyone looking out for Alpha Five v10.5 Experts in the UK?

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  • Mike Vance
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    Re: Is anyone looking out for Alpha Five v10.5 Experts in the UK?

    Thanks for letting me know Ted. Judging from all the help you give to people like me I'm sure you'll get up to speed soon on the web stuff soon and become expert in that area as well. Mike

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  • Ted Giles
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    Mike, I'd like to have helped but I'm not up to speed on the web stuff yet.

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  • Mike Vance
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    I asked for help from someone in the UK in my recent thread 'Kitchen etc Appliances Sales, Servicing and Repairs' but got no reply!

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  • Ted Giles
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    Have a look at IADN members for US work Perry.

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  • perry99
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    Mostly Web, but will need some minor desktop applications for tech in the field, so they can still get invoices done if no internet access.. I am operating an large appliance repair service in 3 states. Lots of pesky details to babysit ..

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  • Ted Giles
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    Re: Is anyone looking out for Alpha Five v10.5 Experts in the UK?

    What are you after Perry?
    What sort of application - web or Desk Top?

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  • perry99
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    I am looking for an Alpha 5 professional, please give me a call on Skype = perry9999

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  • NoeticCC
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    Re: Is anyone looking out for Alpha Five v10.5 Experts in the UK?

    Originally posted by Keith Hubert View Post
    Only from V9! We go back a lot further than that.
    Yes but some newer users have used the web side far more and are thus more proficient in that area, than many people with a decade + of desktop experience.

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  • Keith Hubert
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    Hi Ted,

    I thought the same as you to start with, but now I think it is the other way round.
    It looks to me that Kaybee was looking for work, hence his work experience "been working with Alpha Five since V9".

    Only from V9! We go back a lot further than that.

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  • Ted Giles
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    Re: Is anyone looking out for Alpha Five v10.5 Experts in the UK?

    I think this chappie is a recent convert looking for work.
    I've got 19 years under my belt with a couple of A4V6 apps still running, so I'd go with someone more experienced and active on this message board if I needed a bit of help.
    Just keep on developing Kaybee.

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  • Keith Hubert
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    Re: Is anyone looking out for Alpha Five v10.5 Experts in the UK?

    Hi Doug,

    Thanks.

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  • Doug Page
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    Keith,

    It was a comment on the signature of the original post.

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  • glenschild
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    Re: Is anyone looking out for Alpha Five v10.5 Experts in the UK?

    Originally posted by jeff_schneidr View Post
    "If builders built buildings the way programmers wrote programs,
    then the first woodpecker that came along would destroy civilization"

    What utter tosh!
    Confused?

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  • Keith Hubert
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    Re: Is anyone looking out for Alpha Five v10.5 Experts in the UK?

    And the reason you have passed on this little gem is.............?

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  • jeff_schneidr
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    Re: Is anyone looking out for Alpha Five v10.5 Experts in the UK?

    "If builders built buildings the way programmers wrote programs,
    then the first woodpecker that came along would destroy civilization"

    What utter tosh!

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