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DevCon 2019 Registration Discounts

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DevCon Registration just opened for the 2019 FileMaker Developer Conference! Register now for special Early, Early Bird discounts on the 3-day conference being held on August 5-8, 2019. Prices will increase after March 1st, 2019, so be sure to register now in order to take advantage of these discounts. There are now options to attend the DevCon conference for two or three days. There is also a training day offering before the conference on August 4th. The training day features classes for all levels of developers, from beginner to expert. Discounts are available on all of the different conference registration options, including the training day. Prices for the conference will significantly increase on March 2nd, 2019.

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FileMaker’s Innovation Without the Hype Videos

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FileMaker recently released their new line of Innovation Without the Hype advertisement videos. These short video clips urge problem solvers and business owners alike to think logically about an efficient solution for their business. The link to these videos can be found here.

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Hiring Junior Developer and Server Specialist

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AppWorks is hiring! We’re looking for energetic, creative individuals to fill the role of Junior FileMaker Developer and Server Specialist. We are looking for a long-term employee, someone who sees our vision, fits in our culture and wants to help us maintain and build on this momentum as we grow over the years into a larger, flourishing company. We are a work-to-live company, not a live-to-work company.

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Women of FileMaker DevCon 2019 Scholarship Deadline Extended

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Wanted to apply for the 2019 Women of FileMaker DevCon Scholarship but missed the deadline? Rejoice! You now have until March 1, 2019 to apply.

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Contextual Menus in FileMaker

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Ever wondered how the ‘contextual menu’ in FileMaker is created? Perhaps you’ve noticed that unlike Custom Menus, native functionality to customize them does not exist. Well, kind of. When you create a Custom Menu, the menu items that you enable or omit will have a direct effect on the items displayed in the contextual menu. This can be an unexpected side-effect in some cases. Using a plug-in is the only way (currently) to fully customize the contextual menu, but this post focuses solely on native functionality.

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