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Developer Conference 2002 of Filemaker: collaborate and innovate also with XML

'Information, Integration and Innovation', the title of FileMaker Developer Conference 2002 to be held from August 12 to 15 at the Desert Springs Marriott Resort & Spa (Palm Desert, California, USA). Business developers and freelancers from over 25 countries and issues related to emerging FileMaker standards will be addressed, such as XML, web service, SQL and JDBC, for easy and low cost integration with other workgroups, corporate data and applications.

'This year's Developer Conference is a' must 'appointment for FileMaker developers,' says Dominique Goupil, President of FileMaker.

The Developer Conference 2002 foresees the participation of numerous world experts. This year, among others, awaited the intervention of Ron Schmelzer, founder and senior analyst of ZapThink and well-known expert in XML technology.Interverrano Dominique Goupil, President of FileMaker, Bill Epling, Chief Financial Officer of FileMaker, Chung Le, Vice President Product Development, and Chris Trytten, FileMaker Director of Product Management.

Work Sessions Participants will have the opportunity to deepen their knowledge of FileMaker through sessions in which numerous features will be illustrated, including: creating XSL sheets with FileMaker Pro; how to build a FileMaker Security & Privilege Management System; CDLM vs. XML; FileMaker Pro: Web Services Client; Synchronization of FileMaker Pro and SQL database server systems that use ODBC; Web content management with FileMaker and DreamWeaver; Integration of FileMaker Pro with business systems use XML; Mobile Data for Multi-User Database; FileMaker Pro as a Business Management Tool; insights on FileMaker Pro and Microsoft.NET technology; Citrix and Terminal Services with FileMaker Pro.

At, you can register for the FileMaker Developer Conference 2002 and consult the detailed program and themes of the individual sessions. All those who register online before June 28 will receive a discount of $ 200.