Matthew Plummer and I created this video for the families in Hanover. It combines a traditional training screencast with a light-hearted skit. Feel free to share. Enjoy!
Next month I will be presenting AspenInsideOut.org at both the South Coastal Aspen Users Group on July 15th in Hyannis and the MA Aspen Users Group on July 31st in Dartmouth (specific times and locations after the break). The presentation will cover:
- Overview of the site
- How to register for an account
- How to post to the forum
- How to add content to the wiki (hands-on exercise)
If you’re a member of either group (or want to join) then plan on attending! Bring a laptop and your favorite Direct SQL query from Aspen. Hope to see you there.
So you’re ready to contribute to the AspenInsideOut.org wiki – great! This video will show you how to add one of your favorite queries from Aspen to the wiki.
Welcome to AspenInsideOut.org – we’re glad to have you here! This site is intended to provide an Aspen knowledge base created for and by Aspen users. There are four main components:
- Blog – this is the first article in a blog that will feature tips & tricks, tutorials, and case studies; the goal is to publish one article a week and all our members are invited to submit ideas
- Forum – this is an area for persisted and searchable conversations; anyone can read but you need to register for an account in order to post
- Wiki – this is the repository for all sorts of resources like custom report and direct SQL queries; similar to the forum, anyone can read but you need to register for an account in order to post
- Mailing List – although not technically a part of AspenInsideOut.org, the mailing list is a vibrant part of the Aspen community and a great way for getting quick answers to your questions