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Are you ready to make a meaningful career move? Is it time for you to step into the big leagues and make databases for professionals?
Do you want to develop more than a FileMaker database?
To be successful in this developer position you must have thick skin, be a fast study and thrive on doing the hard work to get the job done. You should be excited about working in a team environment where accountability is high and your opinion is valued.
Mark (top right), Alan (bottom middle), Greg (bottom right)
Mark Richman, President, Greg Lane, VP of Application Development, and Alan Kirtlink, Senior Developer and Trainer, are headed to Las Vegas, Nevada from July 20 – 23 to participate in FileMaker, Inc.’s annual Developer Conference aka DevCon. They’ll be staying at The Cosmopolitan, host hotel of more than 60 DevCon sessions. They will join over 1,200 FileMaker developers to network, catch up with colleagues and take advantage of the variety of session topics including design, core development, mobility, web, business, and innovation to further their knowledge with tips, best practices, and techniques to continue building powerful business solutions for our clients. Both Mark and Greg will have the honor to host four of these sessions.
SANTA CLARA, Calif. – May 12, 2015 – FileMaker today announced a new version of its development platform that speeds creation of custom solutions that run on iPad, iPhone, Windows, Mac and the web. FileMaker 14 brings point-and-click simplicity to automating business processes, delivering desktop-style application functionality to mobile web browsers and providing productive, engaging experiences on desktops, iOS devices and mobile web browsers.
The announcement coincides with the 30th anniversary of FileMaker software. FileMaker was the brainchild of a bootstrapped startup founded in Massachusetts by four entrepreneurs intent on creating easy-to-use database software.
“FileMaker 14 is the culmination of 30 years of helping customers exploit the latest platforms – from Mac and Windows then through iOS devices and mobile web browsers today – meeting users’ rising expectations for data accessibility, simplicity and mobility,” said Ryan Rosenberg, vice president of marketing and services for FileMaker, Inc. “With FileMaker 14, creating compelling cross-platform solutions and designing for the times is simpler than ever – even if you’ve never developed any solution before.”
New features in FileMaker 14
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During the Holiday Season, more than ever, our Skeleton Key Crew and Brightsource IT team turn our thoughts gratefully to those who have made our progress possible. And in this spirit, we say simply but sincerely: Thank You and Best Wishes for the Happiest New Year.
As our holiday gift, we have made a donation to support Employment Connection, providing meals for individuals attending their World of Work job readiness training.
Skeleton Key and Brightsource IT will be closed on December 25 through December 26, 2014 and January 1, 2015, in observance of Christmas and New Year’s Day. We will be open during our normal business hours during the rest of the holiday season. As always, you can reach us in an emergency outside business hours by calling Skeleton Key, 314-353-4300 or Brightsource IT, 314-561-6600 and pressing 9.
We wish you and your family a safe and happy holiday season!
Our 2015 FileMaker training courses are scheduled!
Our trainers are Certified FileMaker Developers, who have been developing custom solutions at Skeleton Key for many years. Please visit each page for information, dates, and to register. If you would like an individual invoice, please contact us. We offer a multi-person discount for companies that would like to send more than one trainee. Please contact us with interest in this discount. We offer on-site training for companies that qualify. Please contact us if you’d like training for your staff members at your company’s location.
During my Developing with Perform Script on Server session at the 2014 FileMaker Developer’s Conference, I mentioned a method for restoring the client’s found set within a server-side script. This blog post discusses a general-purpose technique that works well in most situations. The information in this article should help you determine when it’s appropriate and how to objectively evaluate other techniques.
Thank you to everyone who attended our webinar, Using FileMaker From Anywhere, presented by Alan Kirtlink, a Senior, Certified FileMaker Developer, Trainer & Coach with Skeleton Key.
If you missed the webinar, or would like to review it again, the video is posted below. Or, you can click here.
This webinar covers the various ways you can connect to FileMaker, from beyond the local network and help you determine which is best for your organization.
In this recorded webinar, you will hear: