In case you missed it, Craft of FileMaker is running another Design Studio workshop this October 24-26, 2011 in New York City. If you have ever thought about learning a formal software user-experience design process, this is it. And, having actually taught these workshops with Don, you are going to be in for a really fun ride.
A big thank you to BAFDA, MIT FMUG, Harvard ABCD FileMaker's Working Group, and FileMaker Inc. for hosting all of us in Boston for our little conference on design and user interaction. I had a great time hanging out with lots of amazing, passionate developers.
Plus, the kind folks at MIT FMUG hooked me up with these for the kids!
Totally. Awesome. Cheers!
The nice folks from Harvard's ABCD FileMaker Working Group, Boston Area FileMaker Developer's Association and MIT's FileMaker User Group have invited me to present at their little FileMaker conference this coming Thursday.
Here's the exerpt from their evite:
Just a quick note to thank everyone who filled out my session evaluations--your comments are invaluable and will help me make the next one even better (God(s) willing).
One more thing; I am planning on releasing the client-side form validation demo; hang tight, it may take me a couple of days to get to it! If you are desparate, email me ernest.koe[at]proofgroup.com and i'll get you an advance copy.
I had the tremendous privilege to speak again at FileMaker DevCon this year. In case you missed DevCon 2011, it was a heck of a show.
I have said this before and I'll say it again, I am really excited about the future of Filemaker; not just because its technology continues to take us to new and important places but also because its community continues to elevate itself at an impressive rate.
It was great fun to catch up with everyone again. Kudos to all the speakers and attendees, and a special thanks to everyone who attended my panel and sessions: