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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Professional Training Foundation Series III for FileMaker Pro 7 and 8 in San Jose

Chino Hills, Calif., May 16th, 2006 -- Well known FileMaker authors John Mark Osborne and Cris Ippolite are teaching the Professional Training Foundation Series III for FileMaker Pro 7 and 8 in San Jose, California. The FileMaker Professional Foundation Training Series III, developed by FileMaker, Inc., is the most comprehensive training available for FileMaker 7 and 8 products. It provides you with the information and materials you need to master FileMaker 7 and 8 essentials to develop and deploy professional FileMaker 7 and 8 solutions as well as prepare for the FileMaker 7 or 8 certification exam.

The Professional Training Foundation Series III consists of 13 modules which Database Pros has combined into a 5 day course. You can attend a single day or all 5 days. You combine the courses below to suit your needs.

> Planning a FileMaker Solution - June 19th, 2006

> Developer Skills - June 20th, 2006

> Advanced Developer Skills - June 21st, 2006

> Networking & Connectivity - June 22nd, 2006

> Web Programming Workshop - June 23rd, 2006

Each day of the class is $495.00. Take all 5 days and save $500.00!

The Professional Training Foundation Series is a hands-on training course. Everyone will have the use of their own computer the entire time.

To find out more information or register for a class, visit the Database Pros web site:

http://www.databasepros.com/professionaltraining.html

These courses are also offered privately. Just contact the phone number below for more information.

"Cris Ippolite and I have expanded upon the curriculum to include additional examples, points and concepts from our own experience as trainers and developers", says John Mark Osborne. "We feel the additional material will assist students in grasping the material".

John Mark Osborne has been working with FileMaker Pro for the last 13 years and has become one of the leading industry experts. John Mark is co-author of the wildly popular Scriptology book and CD ROM which has become the standard for FileMaker Pro developers. Recently, he received a prestigious award from FileMaker, Inc. for developing outstanding technical resources for his popular FileMaker Pro web site, Database Pros . John Mark is also a regular speaker and trainer at MacWorld Expos and the FileMaker Developer Conference. Database Pros works closely with FileMaker, Inc. as one of 25 Partner level FSA (FileMaker Solutions Alliance) members and 1 of 8 trainers authorized to teach the Professional Training Series from FileMaker, Inc. John Mark is a certified FileMaker 7 developer having passed the certification test.

Cris Ippolite is President and founder of iSolutions, Inc. Cris has written eleven articles on FileMaker and the Web for FileMaker Pro Advisor Magazine, a White paper on using Flash and Lasso for Blueworld, Inc. and a White paper on using the new web programming features of FileMaker Pro 7 for FileMaker, Inc. Cris also speaks at MacWorld Expo, Flash-Forward Expo and is a featured speaker for the FileMaker Developer Conference speaking on topics ranging from FileMaker and the Web and FileMaker Development Processes. He has been working with FileMaker for 12 years and is also one of 25 FileMaker Partner level FSA member helping FileMaker, Inc. with their most important clients. iSolutions is a pioneer in Flash FileMaker development and also leads the industry in development process methodology. Cris is a certified FileMaker 7 developer having passed the certification test.

To find out more information or register for a class, visit the Database Pros web site:

http://www.databasepros.com/professionaltraining.html

or, call:

909-393-4664

or, email:

[email protected]

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