Building a Relational Database in FileMaker Pro

Join us in Phoenix on Tuesday, May 17th, 2011, for a preview of Jerry Robin’s FileMaker DevCon session,”Building a Relational Database in FileMaker Pro – Part 2″.

At this year’s DevCon, it will be presented as a Pre-Conference session, and will be offered for an additional fee of $149.00. But you can see the preview in Phoenix for FREE!

Here’s the official session description from FileMaker’s website:

“This is Part 2 of a 2-part (4-hour) session. Recommended prerequisite: Part 1 of this session or some prior experience with the fundamentals of relational design in FileMaker Pro. In Part 2 of this 2-part session, we will introduce some more advanced relational design concepts. We’ll show you how to create multiple Table Occurrences from the same Base Table.  We’ll discuss Referential Integrity, cascading deletes, multiple-predicate relationships and Cartesian Joins. To help you keep your relationships clear, we’ll discuss some Table Occurrence naming conventions and we’ll introduce you to the concept of Anchor-Buoy design, which allows even very complex graphs to be highly readable and easy to manage.

What You Will Learn

• Creating Multiple Table Occurrences (TOs) from the same Base Table
• Referential integrity and cascading deletes
• Basics of Anchor-Buoy design
• Multiple-predicate relationships”

About Jerry Robin

The owner of FMPTraining.com, Jerry Robin is an experienced consultant, trainer and developer of custom FileMaker Pro databases. Jerry has been a presenter at nine FileMaker Developer Conferences since 1997, and was ranked among the top-rated speakers from 2000 to 2008. A FileMaker 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 Certified Developer, Jerry was a Technical Editor for “FileMaker Pro 9: The Missing Manual,” wrote and presented a highly praised FileMaker Pro 7 CD training series in 2004, and won the FileMaker Millionaire prize at the 2001 DevCon in Orlando.

When he’s not doing FileMaker, Jerry performs standup comedy and is also the throwing half of an award-winning competitive Dog Frisbee team (with his Australian Shepherd, Dakota.)

Looking forward to seeing you there!

Audrey

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