But don’t panic, we’re talking user group, not giant rock from space!
Sine Nomine’s Impact database will be the topic of the next Wakefield RISC OS Computer Club (WROCC) meeting, which takes place on Wednesday, 6th July, at 7:45pm, with a talk delivered by the group’s own Chris Hughes.
As well as the main application, Chris will also be looking at its supplementary programs, and he’ll be demonstrating how databases can be created, how multiple databases can be linked, and the how its script facilities can be used to add features and functions.
The meeting will be held online using the Zoom video conferencing system, which means you can join from wherever you are in the world, provided you have an internet connection and a device that can run the software. If you’ve attended any of WROCC’s other recent meetings, you can use the same credentials as before to join this one, but if you haven’t then simply get in touch and the necessary details will be sent to you.
There is no charge to attend the Club’s online meetings if you aren’t a member, but it is worth thinking about becoming one. It costs just £10.00 annually, reduced to just £5.00 for the first year, and as well as free entry into their physical meetings (non-members pay a small fee), you also get a monthly newsletter, delivered as a PDF straight to your email inbox, and access to their online discussion list.