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Find an Access Developer to Help with Your Project

Welcome to the Access Developer Network. If you are looking for someone to help you with your Microsoft Access database issues, troubleshoot problems, or even build a database for you, then you have come to the right place. For complete information on the Access Developer Network, please click here for details and instructions for posting.

Want to see Testimonials from other clients that have found Access help here in the Developer Network? Click here.

Developer Students: if you're interested in picking up some consulting work, subscribe to this forum and receive an email update whenever new posts are added. You will also be notified by email if any conversations you are involved in receive new comments.

Please note, that I do allow any of my students to respond to requests posted here. It's an open forum. As a disclaimer, I take no responsibility for any work provided by any person you may meet through this Forum. This is simply a meeting place I have arranged to put people who need help together with people who want to provide help. I, Richard Rost, assume no liability for any services provided. Use at your own risk. Same goes for both users and providers. You are both responsible for your own interactions, work to be done, and any payments promised.

If you do not wish to post here in a public forum, and you'd like to get in touch with a developer privately, you may contact any of the consultants listed below by email for assistance.

Access Veterans

If you see the Access Veteran badge next to someone's name (shown at right), then this is usually someone who is a long-time student of mine who has completed most, if not all, of my Developer lessons, and you can rest assured that they really know what they're doing when it comes to Microsoft Access. These people have also shown their willingness to help others in my Forums on a volunteer basis. I have regularly referred clients to them, and have had much positive feedback on their work.

  • Adam Schwanz - Fantastic developer. I've forwarded many of my clients to him for work. Highly recommended.
  • John Davy - Available to assist beginner to intermediate (Expert level) users with Access help.
  • Sami Shamma - Another excellent student of mine who is able to help with Developer-level projects.

Access 911

If you need urgent, expert troubleshooting for critical, time-sensitive Microsoft Access issues, check out Access 911, a service offered by Access MVP, Mike Wolfe.

Other Access Consultants

I'm pleased to provide a list of assitional consultants specializing in Microsoft Access to assist you with your projects. While I recommend these professionals based on their known expertise and experience in the field, please note that I may not have personal experience with each of them. Therefore, I encourage you to conduct your own research to ensure their services align with your specific needs. This list is offered as a resource to connect you with potential assistance, but does not serve as an endorsement of their work.

This Forum is for Paid Help

To be clear, this is the Forum to post in if you're looking to hire a consultant to assist you with your project for a fee. Please post general Access Forum or the Access Developer Forum if you're just looking for free help.

Non-Students

If you're not a student of mine and you wish to post your job specifications or request for a developer here, you may post it in the Visitor Forum and one of the moderators or admins will move it for you.

 

Click Here to Post Your Job Specifications

 

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