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#153681 4-Oct-2014 19:19
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Hi There!

I am looking for an Auckland based MS Access Developer to make some fairly basic changes to a Clients DB. 

Essentially they have a MS Access CRM they had made for them a while ago. They want to add the ability to add notes to each contact or company in a 1 to many type scenario which I presume would require another table or two and some form modification.

The customer is a small non profit so cost is a factor, but they want a good job done professionally as well. 

Would prefer a developer only rather than an IT Professional who does development.

PM Me if you think if fit the bill.

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  #1147385 4-Oct-2014 20:49
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Curious on why you think developers aren't IT professionals, and the distinction between those two.



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  #1147388 4-Oct-2014 20:52
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timmmay: Curious on why you think developers aren't IT professionals, and the distinction between those two.


/me sighs.

I know they are IT Professionals, but usually people who do both aren't quite as good as someone dedicated, and secondly, because we are their IT reseller I don't want someone trying to poach the client. 



 
 
 
 


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  #1147390 4-Oct-2014 20:55
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Indeed. Generally speaking IT Pro = Infrastructure not dev

Even though its not what you'd think if you knew nothing about IT

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  #1147402 4-Oct-2014 21:46
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Perhaps you mean you want an individual developer, not a consulting company or an IT services company.

nathan: Indeed. Generally speaking IT Pro = Infrastructure not dev


I'm a solution architect. Because I don't work with infrastructure directly am I not an IT professional? I'd have thought works with infrastructure = technician.

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