September Seattle Chapter FMPug Meeting:
Managing Documents and Images in FileMaker
Jesse Barnum from 360Works will be presenting SuperContainer, a better way to manage documents and images. SuperContainer uses the Web Viewer feature in FileMaker Pro 8.5 to upload, download, view, and resize images and documents using FileMaker Pro client software or with your web browser and Instant Web Publishing. It is the perfect solution for storing scanned images, digital photos, PDF documents, and any other document or file without the the problems associated with embedded or referenced container fields: slow speed, large files and cumbersome backups, cross-platform path issues, lack of browser uploads, and share drive IT issues.
Jesse has donated one license of SuperContainer to raffle off for members and we will be raffling off five copies of the FMPug Everything Reference Guide.
Be sure to register in advance so that we can get your name on the list for the front security desk. Visit www.fmpug.com <http://www.fmpug.com/>
360Works is a Georgia LLC company (Prometheus Systems Consulting LLC d/b/a 360Works) established in April of 1996. We were originally founded as a Macintosh IT support consulting company, but by 1999 we had shifted our focus to custom database development with FileMaker Pro for desktop applications (http://www.filemaker.com) and Java / WebObjects for web applications ().
360Works is a Platinum member of the FileMaker Business Allance, and currently employs nine people, four of whom are certified FileMaker 7 developers, and three certified FileMaker 8 developers (see http://solutions.filemaker.com/fsa/search_details.jsp?serial=62687 for our certification levels). The company president, Jesse Barnum was selected by FileMaker as a member of the initial beta test group used to establish the testing standards for others. He also leads the Atlanta FileMaker Developer group, which meets monthly.
Meeting Date: Monday 9/24/2007
Meeting Time: 6:30 to 8:30 PM
Meeting Location: 1301 2nd Avenue Seattle, WA 98101
**Make sure to RSVP at www.fmpug.com <http://www.fmpug.com/> to get your name on the list at the security desk.**
P.S. We are looking for food and beverage sponsorships for the September meeting. If your company wants to give back to the Seattle FileMaker community let us know.
(360) 668-4903 ext. 101
Toll Free (800) 237-3975