2009 FileMaker Developer Conference "Early-Bird" Pricing Ends Soon
Register by June 26 and save $200
SANTA CLARA, Calif. - Attendees registering for the annual FileMaker Developer Conference will save $200 with “early-bird” pricing but only until June 26, 2009, FileMaker announced today. After June 26, the full conference fee of $1,495 will apply.
This year’s conference, to take place August 13-16 at the Hilton San Francisco, will feature more than 60 sessions and workshops, led by recognized FileMaker experts. The sessions will focus on FileMaker database development best practices and new techniques, including panels on Web services and PHP development. Conference sessions will also include a “deep dive” workshop into Script Triggers, an exciting new feature in FileMaker Pro 10 that gives developers new options for automating tasks and boosting productivity.
Special conference events will include a multi-vendor exhibition, a jam session on the 52nd floor of the Hilton San Francisco that will blend the musical talents of FileMaker developers with stunning views of the “City by the Bay,” and a cruise through the San Francisco Bay complete with dinner and drinks, casino-type games, smooth jazz and live dance music.
Paid conference attendees will receive FileMaker Pro 10 Advanced (not for resale) for free (a $499 value) along with a computer bag, lightweight jacket, and a CD with presentations, technical papers and example files.
“The FileMaker Developer Conference is an excellent way to advance your FileMaker career and product knowledge and, just as importantly, it offers countless valuable networking opportunities,” said Jon Sigler, vice president, product management and developer relations, FileMaker, Inc.
About FileMaker, Inc.:
FileMaker, Inc. develops award-winning database software. Its products include the legendary FileMaker Pro product line for Windows, Mac and the Web, and the new Bento personal database for Mac. FileMaker Pro won 52 awards, more than its next eight competitors combined, from 2003-2009 in the U.S., and a total of 134 awards worldwide during this time. Millions of customers, from individuals to large organizations, rely on FileMaker, Inc. software to manage, analyze and share information. FileMaker, Inc. is a subsidiary of Apple Inc.
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