[TriLUG] Seeking someone to port a large commercial MS Access database application to theLAMP
bnewport at appws.com
Tue Nov 23 09:12:19 EST 2004
I was just trying to save him some money....I actaully own a web design
company. However, I am not in the Raleigh area. I will let anyone
interested in the Raleign area speak first. Gerry if you do not have any luck
finding someone locally. I would be more than willing to discuss this with
you offline. Feel free to email me directly.
Aaron S. Joyner (aaron at joyner.ws) wrote:
> Brandon Newport wrote:
> >I would suggest looking to see what applications are already out there that
> >fit your needs rather than paying someone to build you something from scratch.
> > If you are looking for a medical practice package that is web based I highly
> >suggest looking at http://www.openemr.net/ I have used it for clients in the
> >past and everyone seems to really like it. You can find a lot of software on
> >www.freshmeat.net by doing searches for what you want.
> Just to clarify, as someone who has some familiarity with Gerry's
> project - he's doing further development of a commercial application,
> not looking for an open source solution to a problem. Fortunately, I'm
> glad to say he's quite interested in using open source tools to develop
> and run that application - largely because his current solution (MS
> Access) doesn't scale to where he needs to go with it.
> Gerry's a nice guy, with a good product to base work for the project
> on. If I had the time I'd work with him on it. :) It should be a good
> opportunity for someone with a web-app background.
> Aaron S. Joyner
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