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  • 20 July 2016 09:43

New Course for FileMaker Custom App Developers to Launch on

New course launches at FileMaker Developer Conference; teaches technical and practical career skills for budding custom app developers

Sydney, Australia, 20 July, 2016 – Today, FileMaker has teamed up with the team at LinkedIn to debut a new Learning Path to “Become a FileMaker Custom App Developer.” The course teaches developers how to create innovative apps that work seamlessly across iPhone, iPad, Windows, Mac and the web on the FileMaker Platform, regardless of experience level.

Become a FileMaker Custom App Developer includes 29 hours of video tutorials created by experts, enabling learners to design and build smart, custom apps with the FileMaker Platform.

  • Appropriate for all levels: The course is a starting point for those who desire to become custom app developers, whether they have developer experience already or are starting from scratch.
  • Bridging the talent gap: Companies that have had difficulty hiring new developers with specific skills can now easily train new hires to use FileMaker’s language-agnostic development platform.
  • Career management skills: In addition to teaching the fundamentals of working with the platform, the course teaches practical career skills such as how to work effectively on virtual teams and master the fundamentals of project management and freelancing.

Ann Monroe, vice president, marketing, FileMaker, Inc., said: “LinkedIn Learning Paths help professionals stay ahead in their careers or change careers. We’re excited to be a part of this forward-thinking program and anticipate providing many people with these in-demand skills.”

Click here to learn more about the program.

About FileMaker, Inc.

FileMaker, Inc., an Apple subsidiary, delivers simply powerful software for easily creating custom apps that work seamlessly across iPad, iPhone, Windows, Mac, and the web. Business teams use the FileMaker Platform to streamline their operational processes, boosting overall productivity.

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