The FileMaker Developer Conference is coming up later this summer July 16-19.
Cimbura.com developers will be heading out to Miami Beach, Florida to learn about the latest FileMaker and web development techniques and products. There will be 4 intense days with over 1100 other developers from all around the world. We’ll have a chance to talk directly with the engineers that build FileMaker to get the inside scoop on how things work and what the future holds.
We believe this conference is so vital that we’ve attended the it faithfully for the last 11 years. We wouldn’t miss it for anything because it provides our clients with so much value.
- Seeing the HISTORY of FileMaker shows a consistent dedication to improving the product and building a solid platform to build on.
- Seeing the PRESENT world of FileMaker makes it possible to utilize the best of breed products and technologies to make your business effective.
- Seeing the FUTURE of FileMaker helps us to make development plans that make the best use of your resources.
If you have anything you’re contemplating in new technology related to your FileMaker database or business, let us know and we’ll keep an eye out for it…be it bar coding/RF ID tags, mobile apps on iPads/iPhone, web integration, credit card processing, or bionic leg control. : )
Last year, we had the honor of one of our custom applications being demonstrated during a session at DevCon as one of the premier examples of a mobile solution based on FileMaker Go.
One of the great things about DevCon is that it’s usually held somewhere extremely hot in the middle of the summer…Phoenix, Palm Desert, San Diego…and this year Miami. That way, all the developers can work on their tans in between sessions.
For developers that would like to keep track of their DevCon history, we’ve created a simple FileMaker database to track all past events going back to the first “FileMaker DevCon” in 1996. Download the free database here. If you have any additional information, corrections, or details to add feel free to send them to us and we’ll update it.