NightWing Enterprises to run international FileMaker development seminars

Posted by John Mathewson on February 12, 2015

If you are in the technology industry, chances are you use, or have at least heard of, FileMaker. The FileMaker development software is wonderful for those who are looking to expand their tech startup, but it can often be complicated to learn how to use an entirely new piece of technology.

The good news is that NightWing Enterprises, a FileMaker pro development and consulting service, will be running international master classes for those who are interested in learning more about this product. They will be in the United States, Europe, Japan and Australia.

The entire purpose of these classes, which will be intensive three-day seminars, is to expand the attendees’ knowledge and broadening their approach to how they use FileMaker development software in their professional lives. The classes will be limited in size and cover a broad range of topics and real world techniques.

The classes are tailored to experienced and knowledgeable developers and will cover topics including scalability, process control, application and deployment models, code logic and solution design perspectives. These are just some of what attendees will learn about over the course of those three days.

The classes will be held in San Francisco, Berlin, London, Sydney, Tokyo and Norwalk, Connecticut. The classes will be run from late March to the beginning of June, and all of the individual dates for the cities mentioned can be found on the NightWing Enterprises website.

If you work in the technology industry and are in need of custom database software, be sure to work with developer KYO Logic. You want to get the most out of your business, and FileMaker can help you in your endeavors.