If you would like to ask questions about NautilusFM, chat about, or even get help with, FileMaker™, join my regular weekday ZOOM session.

Any questions that are asked, whether in the Zoom session or by email, will be answered and posted so that everybody can benefit from that knowledge so, please don’t hesitate.

Helping people with FileMaker is one of the most satisfying things I get to do, so please take advantage of it.

 

The example file that you will be getting is fully developed and completely unlocked. It has all of the key functionality that every business needs without all of the unnecessary bells and whistles.

You are free to use it in any way you want. However, you are not allowed to charge customers for work that you didn’t do and you can’t make any claims that you created it. That’s it.

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In the workshops, I am going to teach the fundamental principles of NautilsFM. At the end of the workshop, you will know weverythig you need to in order to be able to develop your own solutions from scratch or use the Example file as the basis.
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If you're a beginner or intermediate developer, the chances are that you sometimes struggle with certain areas within the FileMaker environment; those might be scripting, relationships, calculations or any number of different things. Knowing what those areas are will help us point you to tips, tricks, etc that you may well find very useful.

At first glance, NautilusFM might seem enormously complicated but it isn’t. Once you understand the core principles, you’ll realize how easy it is and also how powerful.

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