Santa Clara, Calif. (Vocus) December 10, 2009
FileMaker has announced new dates and a new headquarters hotel with a lower room rate for its 2010 Developer Conference.
The 15th annual FileMaker Developer Conference will be Aug. 15-18, 2010, at the Sheraton San Diego Hotel & Marina, San Diego, which offers a limited number of rooms for DevCon attendees at $149 per night. DevCon attendees are strongly urged to make reservations at the Sheraton (1-877-734-2726) before low-priced rooms sell out.
A $200 savings on conference registration is available for a limited time. Register for DevCon at http://www.filemaker.com/devcon before May 21, 2010 to take advantage of these savings.
The FileMaker Developer Conference is the world’s largest gathering of corporate and independent FileMaker developers, consultants and trainers. It provides developers with creative solutions, technical ideas, a wide array of fun events and lots of inspiration to tackle new database challenges and opportunities. For many, the FileMaker Developer Conference is a perfect venue for fine-tuning current skills, and developing new ones.
The conference offers in-depth workshops and seminars led by FileMaker experts, networking with other developers and the opportunity to meet with exhibitors. The conference will also feature the popular under-the-hood sessions, as well as the chance to sync up with FileMaker engineers, product managers and technical support team members.
About FileMaker, Inc.
FileMaker is the leader in easy-to-use database software. Millions of people, from individuals to some of the world's largest companies, rely on FileMaker software to manage, analyze and share vital information. The company’s products are the FileMaker Pro line – versatile database software for teams and organizations, for Windows, Mac and the Web – and Bento, the personal database for Mac, iPhone and iPod touch. FileMaker, Inc. is a subsidiary of Apple.
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