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Registration opens for 10th FileMaker Developer Conf

updated 06:20 pm EST, Tue March 1, 2005

FM Dev Conference

FileMaker today opened registration for its upcoming , which is scheduled to take place August 28 through September 1 in Phoenix, Arizona. The agenda will include a wide range of information management-related issues as well as offer an exclusive opportunity to get the latest information on FileMaker products. It will include technical sessions on building dynamic web sites with PHP and FileMaker, security issues related to FM Pro, integrating FileMaker with Windows Office Applications, database integrity, performance optimization publishing XML-based documents, custom web applications, creating a reusable solution, and more. Early registration (before June 30) will receive a $200 discount.

This year's FileMaker Developer Conference will include more than 40 sessions focusing on new tools and techniques, best practices and new approaches for developing solutions more securely, efficiently and creatively. In addition, it will offer a multi-vendor product showcase featuring FileMaker third-party solutions and products, meetings with FileMaker engineers, product managers, and technical support team members, the second annual FileMaker database competition, the FileMaker Excellence Awards, along with other social and networking events. FileMaker said that President Dominique Goupil will deliver the opening keynote session.




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