The Moyer Group Delivers Authorized FileMaker Pro 7 Training - Learn from the Team That Wrote the Book

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The Moyer Group today announced its 2004 training schedule for the newly launched FileMaker Professional Training Foundation Series II. The Moyer Group team Â? Chris Moyer, Bob Bowers, Steve Lane, and Scott Love Â? was hired by FileMaker, Inc., to write the courseware for the series and is proud to offer authorized classes in Atlanta, Chicago and the San Francisco Bay Area.

The Moyer Group today announced its 2004 training schedule for the newly launched FileMaker Professional Training Foundation Series II. The Moyer Group team – Chris Moyer, Bob Bowers, Steve Lane, and Scott Love – was hired by FileMaker, Inc., to write the courseware for the series and is proud to offer authorized classes in Atlanta, Chicago and the San Francisco Bay Area.

"Considering the dramatic step forward that FileMaker Pro 7 represents, we were extremely fortunate to be invited to work with FileMaker on these materials," said Chris Moyer, CEO. "This is an exiting time for the FileMaker community and we think this courseware will help developers attain the essential skills to make the transition to FileMaker Pro 7."

FileMaker Pro 7 embodies a major shift from prior versions and significantly enhances the range of capabilities available to users, the platform's ability to fold into an overall IT strategy, and its upper data storage limits. These authorized training materials focus on providing the developer community with a solid technical grounding in FileMaker Pro 7 and on ensuring that developers have a comprehensive source of information on the FileMaker Pro family of technologies.

The Moyer Group offers both a three-day course on developing and deploying FileMaker Pro solutions and a two-day advanced course on Web development using FileMaker Pro. Topics span data modeling and data integrity, fundamental developer skills including working with database schema definition and the new Relationships Graph, advanced calculations, scripting, converting solutions from prior versions of FileMaker Pro, and finally a range of deployment and security topics. The Web course covers FileMaker Pro 7's custom web publishing options and an introduction into XML/XSLT programming.

Offering authorized FileMaker Professional Training Foundation Series II classes is one of a range of initiatives the Moyer Group has undertaken to position itself as a leading authority on this new and significantly more powerful development platform. The team has also co-authored Special Edition Using FileMaker Pro 7 (ISBN: 0-7897-3028-6) offered by Que Publishing due out in summer. Additionally, the Moyer Group offers an Introduction to FileMaker Pro 7 class and a series of free seminars covering specific topics about FileMaker Pro 7 in both Chicago and the San Francisco Bay Area.

For pricing and more information about FileMaker Pro 7 training and the Moyer Group, visit http://www.moyergroup.com or call (866) 284-4623.

About The Moyer Group

The Moyer Group has long been one of the leading FileMaker Pro consulting and training organizations in the country. The team has been presenting advanced topics in FileMaker Pro for a decade and has taught thousands of students. The firm has built hundreds of custom databases, Web systems, workgroup applications, and knowledge management processes. Its clients have included numerous Fortune 500 companies and government agencies, including Apple Computer, Ameritech, Citibank FSA, Coldwell Banker, Genentech, Motorola, Pepsi, and the State of Nebraska. The firm is a proud Partner level member of the FileMaker Solutions Alliance and has offices in Atlanta, Chicago, and the San Francisco Bay Area.

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training@moyergroup.com

Phone: (866) 284-4623

http://www.moyergroup.com

MEDIA CONTACT:

Thomas Lyle

Marketing

107 South B Street

San Mateo, CA 94401

Phone: (650) 340-1779

moyergroup@moyergroup.com

©2004 The Moyer Group. All rights reserved. FileMaker is a trademark of FileMaker, Inc. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

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