Adrian Cornforth

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Adrian Cornforth

Locality: United Kingdom
Summary: Appllication Specialist at Solarsoft Business Systems
Industry: Computer Software
Skills: ERP Support, 3rd Party Integration ODBC, SQL and Reporting PHP, Perl Web Design & SEO
Interests: career opportunities, consulting offers, new ventures, job inquiries, expertise requests, business deals, reference requests, getting back in touch

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The Computer Conservation Society (UK)

Computer Conservation Society. The official Computer Conservation Society web site has now moved. Please click here to be redirected. With grateful thanks to Adrian Cornforth ...

CCS - About These WWW Pages

Computer Conservation Society About these Web Pages. These WWW pages are hosted at the University of Manchester, England, and maintained by Adrian Cornforth.

Tantara Taiko Profiles

Adrian Cornforth. Lives: Passmonds (Rochdale) Does: IT support, web desgin Loves: Tai Chi, Art Deco & Noveau, Photography, Design Plans: See if I have an musical ...

Sense About Science | Signatories to Keep Libel Laws out of ...

Adrian Cornforth IT Developer. Jeu Li Student. Jim Page Dentist, Tutor. Panagiotis Moutzourellis scientist, Head of Library Computer Services , Greece

Planning (Digital 60)

A group of CCS members including Adrian Cornforth, George Roylance, Ken Turner, and Keith Wood, and led by Charlie Portman—had spent almost a year carrying out the physical ...

Obtaining parts (Digital 60)

Adrian Cornforth, Suzanne Walker (project photographer), Charlie Portman, George Roylance, Bill Purvis, Chris Burton, Ken Turner, and Keith Wood.

Computer Resurrection Issue 20

To have got this far is a stunning tribute to project team members Charlie Portman, Ken Turner, Keith Wood, George Roylance, Bill Purvis, Adrian Cornforth and Suzanne Walker ...

Computer Resurrection Issue 22

Adrian Cornforth Rochdale 27 January 1999. To the Editor, It was a delightful prod to the memory to read the piece by Stewart Hine. I was one of the apprentices drafted in by Ron ...