AppWorks is hiring! We’re looking for energetic, creative individuals to build and/or maintain custom software for our clients using the FileMaker Platform.
End-to-end development of custom business software, including building data tables and relationships, designing user interface, scripting, and quality assurance testing
Maintenance of existing new and/or legacy software systems
Interaction directly with clients to assess their needs, and keep them apprised of project status, when necessary
Working closely with project managers and other FileMaker developers to design, implement, and maintain systems with a high level of quality
Working with internal project management tools
Accurately tracking billable hours on a daily basis
Excellent communications skills
3 years of FileMaker Platform experience
Strong understanding of relational database design
Solid programming skills
Ability to articulate software concepts to non-technical staff
Ability to train/instruct end users to use the FileMaker Platform features
Exhibit signs of creativity and a positive attitude
Ability to perform job functions with a minimum of supervision
AppWorks is a custom app development firm that specializes in creating database solutions to be used on any iOS or desktop device – including the web. We predominantly work with the FileMaker Platform (FileMaker Inc. is a wholly owned Apple subsidiary). We continue to diversify our portfolio while maintaining a strong focus in healthcare and public health, commercial and government databases.
We are pivotal in the FileMaker community – we are one of only three Platinum members in Oregon. We regularly host Apple events and co-host the FileMaker Portland Meetup group that is over 135 people strong.
In addition, we also offer FileMaker training classes four times per year. We offer beginner and intermediate classes. Matt Navarre is a regular speaker on FM Academy; is often asked to speak at conferences (like FileMaker’s annual DevCon); and co-hosts FileMaker Talk.
Working at AppWorks
AppWorks offices are located in downtown Portland, Oregon.
Encouraging and supportive work environment
Opportunity for professional development and growth
Training, mentoring, and opportunity to obtain professional certifications
Opportunities to attend annual FileMaker Developer conference
Competitive salary, health plan, yearly paid time off, 401K with company match after one year of service.
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.
Are you curious about FileMaker? Have you ever thought about creating a custom app for your business? It’s simpler than you think. The best part? No coding is required.
Our very own Matt Navarre has been invited to speak once again at the App Spotlight event featuring FileMaker 15 at the Pioneer Place Apple store.
Matt will discuss the ways you can create your own custom app for iPad and iPhone within a few hours with the FileMaker Platform by organizing client information, managing projects, tracking inventory, or driving essential business processes. He will show you how the tools and sharing capabilities in Filemaker make it easy to create and launch professional-looking custom apps.
Date: Wednesday, October 26, 2016 Times: 8:30 a.m. – 9:30 a.m. Location: 450 SW Yamhill Street Portland, OR 97204 Sign up today – this an RSVP event only
FileMakerAcademy.com presents Matt Navarre discussing App.Works’ new free downloadable module fmLog.
Tuesday, September 27th | 2:00 pm ET | Register Now!
Who is using your database, and for how long? Which layouts and scripts are being used, and which aren’t? How do you know when a record was deleted or modified?
When we start working with new customers on an existing database, they almost never have a logging system in place. Why is this? Most likely it’s because logging is perceived as complex, slow and unnecessary. But it doesn’t have to be.
Join FM Academy and Matt Navarre, Founder of AppWorks, as we break down the mystery of logging and demonstrate how you can use fmLog to add a simple, yet effective system to your existing FileMaker applications.
During this webinar we’ll discuss:
Why you should have a logging system in place
Tracking Who / Where / Why / When / How
The many features of fmLog and why it’s the right tool for the job
How to integrate fmLog into your existing system in just minutes
Who should attend this webinar?
FileMaker Developers and Users
About the Sponsor:
This webinar is offered by the FM Academy, a consortium of leading FileMaker development companies in the United States. All FM Academy members are platinum-level members of the FileMaker Business Alliance, and our purpose is to further educate FileMaker users and developers to encourage best practices and foster further adoption of the software.
Adding Simple Logging to your FileMaker Application Date: Tuesday, September, 27, 2016 Time: 2:oo – 3:oo pm ET / 1 pm CT / 11 am PT
After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the Webinar.
During the most recent FileMaker Devcon conference, our own Matt Navarre was interviewed by Don Clark of FM Database Consulting. In it, he discusses his history with FileMaker and development in general, his company, current client work, FileMaker podcasts, and a number of nerdy Mac history tidbits. View the full interview below.
The countdown has begun! FileMaker announced today that the 21st annual Developer’s Conference, or DevCon as it’s affectionately known, will be held July 18-21 at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. This is the largest gathering of FileMaker developers in the world, with 1,500 of our closest friends gathering in one place to geek out about FileMaker. This year is shaping up to be rather exciting, as the theme is “Aptitude for Apps” – focusing on creating and enhancing the capabilities of creating custom apps for the desktop, iOS and the web. Attendees will get the first peek at the future direction of the FileMaker Platoform and learn from other developers’ tried-and-true skills in design, mobility and app creation.