Hello - my name is Tyler Johnson, and I would like to offer my services in database creation / management, data analysis, and Microsoft Access / Excel. I am known around my office in a large global technology company as "the Excel guru", and those coworkers don't even know 1/2 of what I am capable of!
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I can tell you how I was top of my class at Furman University in both my Computer Science and Business Administration degrees, how my professors awarded me with their Faculty award for excellence in Computer Science, how at age 22 I was...
I am a one person company. After gaining three years of valuable experience working full time in "Corporate America", I am looking to begin work as a freelance analyst.
I have extensive experience in creating relational database systems, especially within Microsoft Access. I am very skilled in the 'art' of Excel as well, especially as it pertains to data management, pivot report / graph generation, combining pieces of data from multiple spreadsheets, etc.
While I have gained valuable experience through my work with Lenovo, most of my database experience comes from individual endeavors I partake in during my spare time. I am ultimately looking to freelance to support my desired career as an entrepreneur, and I have created a few start-up idea prototypes within Microsoft Access. While the basic functions within Access can get you great results, the power of tying in VBA code to your programs is amazing, and can produce some really cool results.
I have worked over 200 hours on one particular project in Microsoft Access, and the experience from this alone is enough to make me extremely comfortable with any database task in Access. I have become very good at creating database applications with MS Access that allows users to interact with the data as if they were on their very own website. I love how you can take all of the busy logic and thinking out of the hands of the user and hide that behind a pretty interface. Send me a message if you're not sure what I'm talking...
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