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Event Description:

The FileMaker Master Class has been confirmed for September 23rd-25th! With a max of 20 developers you will get a personal training experience unlike any other! There are a limited number of spots open for this class so make sure you register today!

The 2015 FileMaker Master Class - Broader View is an intensive three-day seminar featuring FileMaker 14 and is dedicated to expanding your knowledge and broadening your approach to FileMaker development. With a cap of 20 attendees, topics such as Perspectives on Solution Design, Application Models, Advanced Scripting Techniques and Designing for Scalability are explored with insight, energy and rigor. Join one of the most widely recognized innovators in FileMaker today, Ray Cologon, for a challenging, enlightening and inspiring three days of new ideas, elegant code and real-world information.

The class will take place over three days and will comprise six substantive and wide-ranging topics as detailed below. Each topic will commence with a presentation and overview of the key points, including or followed by demos as appropriate. Subsequently for each main topic, questions and discussion will be invited, after which a workshop format will be adopted to explore key ideas emerging from the discussion.

Examples and proof-of-concept files will be available to participants, and further examples contributed by participants during the classes will (with permission) also be made available to attendees. Interaction between participants is encouraged as part of a mutual learning, exploration and professional development process. However, please be aware that extended discussion may impact the schedule, and the ability to cover all the planned content.



Who: Ray Cologon

Where: Norwalk, CT

When: September 23th-25th 2015

Level: Advanced

Cost: $1,250

The Presenter: Ray Cologon

Ray is the founder of NightWing Enterprises, a Platinum member of the FileMaker Business Alliance and provider of advanced FileMaker services to clients around the globe. For well over a decade, his innovative FileMaker techniques and examples and his books on FileMaker development have provided resources to developers wishing to elevate their skills or extend their reach. Ray is an award winning speaker, and in 2005 was recipient of a FileMaker Inc. award for Leadership and Technical Excellence in FileMaker Pro. In addition to authoring FileMaker books, articles, technical briefs and training materials, Ray has been a presenter at numerous FileMaker conferences and events and has been a longstanding contributor to FileMaker discussion lists and co-moderator of several public FileMaker forums.


John Renfrew, UK:

"I attended the London event last year and I got LOADS out of it. Some was specifics of the kind of developer tricks that make us all better ( i.e. quicker and better), some was more about what you learn from someone who has quite a different approach or business than yours. Part of our job to become 'advanced' developers must surely be to believe that no matter how far we might have progressed there might be times when it is helpful to go back to first principles and see if there is anything else to discover.
I can do nothing other than highly recommend it..."


Carl Henshall, UK:

"It was great to get three days worth of Ray's incredibly deep knowledge of all things FileMaker. The knowledge gained will undoubtedly make me a better FileMaker developer. My greater understanding of the concepts will help me understand why one way of achieving something is better than another. Being in a room with a small number of highly experienced developers was also hugely beneficial."

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