The academic year is just about over for the rest of the country, but not us. Learning is a life-long thing for us devotees of The FileMaker Method!
Tim Krebs—who, by the way, was but a mere elementary student himself not that long ago—will walk us through some of the cool things you can do with relationships between two table occurrences of the SAME base table. Come, show your support for student teacher Mr. Krebs and learn about some very handy things to do with the relationship graph that you may not have even thought possible!
Also, Jonathan Fletcher, continuing on with his how-to theme will show you how to write a calculation. Yup, calculations are something that will be with you your entire FileMaker life. It’d be nice to have a few techniques to fall back on when the calcs get tough, don’t you think?
Also, this month we’re premiering a new recurring lesson: How I Solved It. Someone from the ranks of your fellow students will report on a problem each class and walk through the process they used to come up with a solution. Jonathan will will go first with a method to make your basic value list serve double-duty. [No, we don't know what that means either. Guess we'll all find out at the same time next Tuesday.]
Master Songer’s pedagogical prowess is demanded elsewhere for a couple of months, but fear not, he’s agreed to return to his duties for the July class. (Please don’t skip that one—we never know when he’ll spring a pop quiz. Just sayin’.)
At our usual scheduled time and place:
Tuesday, May 27nd, 2014 (Remember, FOURTH Tuesday of the month!)
12:00 – 1:00pm – BYOBB*
1:00 – 3:00pm – Class lessons, followed immediately by lab time
1234 S. Third Street, Louisville, KY 40203
Registration for this event is at http://www.kyfmp.com/reg/
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*BYOBB = “Bring Your Own Brown Bag.” (Soft drinks are provided.)