Migrating MS Access Applications to MySQL and Web 2.0

August 7, 2008

The MySQL developer community just published an article I wrote on migrating MS Access applications to MySQL.

The Enterprise Web 2.0 revolution is happening at the edges of the organization (democracy always enters by the side door). As proof of this, a recent MySQL user survey showed that 20% of MySQL users are using MySQL to port MS Access applications (in fact, this is the largest single segment of MySQL users!)

This article came out of a Birds of a Feather session at the MySQL User Conference. It summarizes best practices, tricks and tips for turning “fat client” MS Access apps into open-source, Web 2.0 apps using MySQL and ActiveGrid studio. Stay tuned for a joint ActiveGrid/MySQL webinar in early October, to be followed by a seminar tool and a sitcom spinoff on YouTube.

2 Responses to “Migrating MS Access Applications to MySQL and Web 2.0”

  1. Mike says:

    When is this webinar to take place, it’s almost November?

  2. admin says:

    Hi Mike – This post is from 2008. If you’d like to see the archived session, please visit http://www.wavemaker.com/news and scroll down through Past Events on the right-hand side.

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