Alessandro Grimaldi recently blew the Access DevCon audience away with his Access and VBA graphical wizardry. The big question everyone wanted to know was, "How did he do it?" Alessandro's response was the understatement of the conference: "It's just lines and labels. And some code."
For those of you who got to see Alessandro's presentation–and for those that did not but still want to raise your VBA game to the next level–Alessandro is putting on a paid course to pass along some of his vast knowledge.
His presentation is on implementing the "Levenshtein Distance" algorithm in Access, which allows you to perform approximate string matching well beyond the limits of typical wildcard character replacement.
The workshop is scheduled for Thursday, June 10, 2021, at 6:00 PM CEST. For my US-based readers, that's noon Eastern time and 9 AM Pacific.
This is NOT affiliate marketing
To be clear, Alessandro did not pay me or even ask me to post this information. I got to see his handiwork up close during the Access DevCon and I was thoroughly impressed.
If you can't make his workshop or don't want to shell out the 25 Euros, his free content on YouTube is well worth your time.
Here's Alessandro's announcement video: