If you haven't seen Access Services 2013, this session is for you! This is a very different product than the SharePoint 2010 version. Access Services uses a SharePoint subsite as a front-end for a SQL Server database. MS Access 2013 is used to create and maintain the database as well as for creating and maintaining web forms and views. If you have ever "forced" data into a SharePoint list that probably should have been in a relational database, you'll want to attend this session. Access Services 2013 is a "must have" in your no-code solutions toolbox.
Scott Shearer is a SharePoint evangelist and developer with Haystax Technology (formerly FlexPoint Technology) in Reston, VA. Scott has over 20 years’ experience in the IT industry implementing Microsoft products and technologies. He has held positions ranging from systems administrator to developer to trainer. Scott has held the MCSE, MCSD, MCDBA and MCT certifications. Currently, he is a SharePoint consultant providing innovative and cost effective solutions leveraging out of the box functionality. Scott is also known for mentoring and training site collection administrators and frequently conducts SharePoint overview sessions for end users. He frequently speaks at SharePoint conferences including SharePoint Saturday events and SPTechCon. Scott will be speaking in September 2014 at SPTechCon in Boston and has been published on NothingButSharePoint.com.