Quick Catch Up


https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQlgupnihVejmHBPzbKlJeA
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQlgupnihVejmHBPzbKlJeA

So, I’ve been quiet on the blog for a few days but I’ve been far from quiet in the office.  As well as the day job, I have been busy creating OpenInsight 10 (OI10) Lesson videos and there are currently ten lessons online.  I’m now getting into building forms, so now is a good time to head over to my new OI10 YouTube Channel, catch up on what I’ve been doing and also please remember to subscribe.

Subscribing and commenting lets me know that it is worth my time creating these videos and that people are finding them useful or not.  If you are a positive comment, a like and subscribe online would be welcome.  If not, please drop me an email explaining why and I’ll try to change before I get too much further into the series.

I am also pleased to feature the RevUS DBTA video from yesterday.  This is a video that features Mike Ruane, Bryan Shumsky and Bob Catalano (all from Revelation Software in the USA) all talking about the many “Features and Benefits of OpenInsight 10”.

In addition, and a first for my YouTube channels, I have a guest presenter.  Andrew from Sprezzatura worked on something for me recently and which will become a big time saver and another example of using the OI10 tool set, rather than cutting and maintaining code.  His video went live this afternoon on the channel.

Anyway, please like, subscribe and comment and help me to keep putting in the hours to get the series of lessons completed and, once that’s done, I’ll be looking for other OI related subjects, hints, tips and how-to’s to video.

The channel can be found here:  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQlgupnihVejmHBPzbKlJeA

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3 thoughts on “Quick Catch Up

    1. Thanks Barry. The guys have done an awesome job on OI10 and I find that there is so much more that I can do without code and it’s going to make my applications, and those of our clients, so much better, more robust and easier to maintain.

      As a sales person for OI10, I’m looking forward to getting these tutorials done and screaming and shouting about OI again.

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