Aside from the database design, how much other development do you typically do? How much would you prefer to do?

Jules Bohanon, Lakeland, Florida:
     Rudimentary graphic design.

Assem Bayahi, Mourouj 1, Tunisia:
     I like developing the application logic and organizing it's architecture but I like also debugging and enhancing others code. The only thing that I don't enjoy doing is the Design and CSS integration.

Md. Obaidul Haque Sarker, Dhaka, Bangladesh:
     I design database, but I am also a programmer. I write code in .Net and PHP.

Ehtisham Rasheed, Sialkot, Pakistan:
     other than database design, im comfortable with Excel, Word, Outlook, PowerPoint all type of VBA, macro work... .NET (including VB.NET, C#) and mobile application development (Android and iPhone)... preferences given to MS Office work...

Mark Horner, Bristol, England:
     I do the database design, development and the UI development with Access and a lot of VBA to integrate the database with the rest of MS Office.

Ven Grollmus, George Town, Tasmania, Australia:
     I have done work using .Net, and VB6. My background is in Microsoft Access. I can be flexible, but I no longer have those toolsets available to me.

Bruce Bray, Phoenix, Arizona:
     I do web design as well. But on a very limited basis. My particular process for that is, find a HTML5 with CSS based template that a customer would like, change it to a visual layout the customer would need, do any PHP and Javascript programming I need to do, create a MYSQL database on the backend, hook it all up, test it, and be done.

Biju John, Pathanamthitta Dist., Kerala, India:
     Prefer coding in VBA, PHP anf Visual foxpro

Grace Elaiza Seballos, Davao City, Philippines:
     It is an all-in-one package. I cannot only do database design and leave it at that. I want to create a complete system. Even during the "drawing board" phase, I already have the finished product in my mind. I have to see through it to the end. From Inception, to development to transition.

Artiben prashantbhai S., Bhavnagar, India:
     Outlook, powerpoint