In early May, Montreal will host the fourth annual Conference of Quebec Developers for FileMaker (CQFD). There will be multiple sessions over a two-day period that will focus on a number of FileMaker related topics including mobile, best practices, the Web and data modeling. Both novices and experts of the industry will be in attendance to learn the latest about the popular database software.
Not only will Kyo Logic be in attendance at the conference, but President and co-founder John Mathewson will be running of the sessions called "Building Applications on a Budget with Reusable Code." This is a topic that we have been highlighting over the last couple of months. In September, it was the topic of a webinar and is a point that has been discussed in several small group presentation.
Over the course of 60 minutes, Mathewson will discuss how to design applications on a budget, specifically focusing on deploying reusable code to the development process to improve efficiency and create a higher return on investment. This includes gathering system requirements to turn them into actionable code, defining what users really want, designing around workflow and using patterns to make the code reusable and modular.
He will also touch on topics including FileMaker anchor buoy and naming conventions and functions promoting reuse, as well as reusable navigation, sort, tab switching and referential integrity scripts.
If you are attending this year's CQFD, we encourage you to come out to the session and learn something new about FileMaker development.
- Previsionary Title: Building Applications on a Budget with Reusable Code
- Format : 60-minute session (Q&A included)
- Date & Time (Subject to change): Friday May 2, 2014 at 11:30 a.m.
- Location: TBD