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App Spotlight event featuring FileMaker 15

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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
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FileMaker Pro 15 Advanced Training – November 2016

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Date: Monday, November 7, 2016 and Tuesday, November 8, 2016
Time: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Event location: AppWorks conference room
Description: FileMaker Pro 15 Advanced Training
Taught by: Matt Navarre
Hosted by: AppWorks

AppWorks’ FileMaker Pro 15 Advanced Training is here! Space is limited, so please sign up now to reserve your spot.

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PDXFM October – Is FileMaker ACID compliant?

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On Wednesday, October 12, 2016, the PDXFM Meetup Group presents Chris Irvine of ThreeProng. He’ll be discussing the FileMaker platform with regard to ACID compliance. ACID stands for “Atomicity Consistency Isolation Durability” and is a database benchmark that transactions will process reliably. If you plan to attend please RSVP. If you would like to sponsor the Food and Beverage for the meeting, please contact Gerald Chang of Eight2.com. Details HERE, or click the link below.

PDXFM October – Is FileMaker ACID compliant?

Wednesday, Oct 12, 2016, 6:00 PM

Hanna Andersson Corporate Offices
608 NE 19th Ave Portland, OR

14 Developers Attending

Chris Irvine of ThreeProng will be taking us on an ACID trip. ACID in this case, stands for “Atomicity Consistency Isolation Durability” and is a database benchmark that transactions will process reliably. Chris will show us four database concepts from computer science, and how well FileMaker does or does not perform in these areas. There have been…

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Upcoming FileMaker Meetup – Vincenzo Menanno guest speaker!

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On Wednesday, September 7, 2016, the PDXFM Meetup Group welcomes Vince Menanno to Portland. He’ll be discussing InspectorPro and much more. It’s a can’t miss meeting. If you plan to attend please RSVP. If you would like to sponsor the Food and Beverage for the meeting, please contact Gerald Chang of Eight2.com. Details HERE, or click the link below.

PDXFM Sept: Vincenzo Menanno, InspectorPro and More!

Wednesday, Sep 7, 2016, 6:00 PM

Hanna Andersson Corporate Offices
608 NE 19th Ave Portland, OR

8 Developers Attending

It is our pleasure to welcome Vince Menanno to PDXFM in September! Here’s a description of what he will be talking about. It’s a can’t miss meeting. If you plan to attend please RSVP. If you would like to sponsor the Food and Beverage for the meeting, please contact me directly! [masked]FileMaker Collaboration, Performance, and Insight wi…

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Monthly FileMaker Meetup – March 2016

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Our FileMaker monthly Meetup group met this last Wednesday in a new space! It was beautiful and the conference room was enormous – with a convenient wireless presentation system for laptops to present on a giant projection screen. Our many thanks goes out to Ken Skeen and the fine folks at Hanna Andersson that graciously offered their space for our meeting, to Gerald Chang of Eight2 for providing drinks and Chris Irvine of ThreeProng.com for bringing the pizza and co-hosting the meeting!

Our topic was: FileMaker Alternative Modal Dialogue Showcase. The idea was to show alternative methods for creating a modal window, without using a custom dialogue. It was great to delve into the different ways in which developers will tackle and solve the same problem in different ways.

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