Kyo Logic to hold session on May 2 at Quebec Developers Conference

Posted by Justin Hesser on May 1, 2014

Industry conferences are a great way for professionals to network with like minded individuals and examine ways to push the sector to a new level. It is also a great opportunity to attend seminars and presentations that are lead by industry experts. Here, attendees can learn new skills, think differently about a standard solution or look into a proposed future.

FileMaker has been positively affecting the enterprise since the early 1980s. In July the company will hold its annual Developer Conference, but it is far from the only gathering of FileMaker professionals.

Tomorrow the Conference of Quebec Developers for FileMaker 2014 (CQFD) gets underway. This will be the 4th edition of the event. 

Not only will Kyo Logic in attendance, but our co-founder and president John Mathewson will be presenting. Scheduled for tomorrow (May 2) morning at 11:30 a.m., the presentation is called  "Building Applications on a Budget with Reusable Code."

This is a topic that Mathewson has highlighted over the past few months including during a  Webinar in September last year. It will focus on the practice of reusable code during the development process. This includes FileMaker anchor bouy and naming conventions plus the functions promoting reuse It also covers several reusable scripts that include navigation, sort, tab switching and referential integrity.

The 60-minute session will feature a presentation by Mathewson and will be followed by a question and answer portion.

A quick look at everything you need to know:

Previsionary Title: Building Applications on a Budget with Reusable Code
Format:  60-minute session (Q&A included)
Date & Time: Friday May 2 2014 at 11:30 a.m.