Conference organizers sometimes spring their events on would-be attendees, announcing things just one or two months in advance. That’s not FileMaker’s way. Today, FileMaker opened registration for its 2011 Developer Conference, which will be held in August.
That leaves developers a whole lot of time in which to decide whether or not they’ll go. It also gives them a large window in which to take advantage of early bird pricing, since discount rates ($1,295 and $1,949 versus $1,595 and $2,199) won’t expire until June 17th.
As for some info that should help people make up their minds, FileMaker said in a statement, “The 16th annual FileMaker Developer Conference, Aug. 2-5, 2011, at the Hilton San Diego Bayfront, a new waterfront venue in downtown San Diego, will bring FileMaker developers, consultants and trainers together from around the world to share best practices and talk with exhibitors about their products.”
Also, “More than 1,000 developers are expected to attend DevCon, which annually presents unique content on the most important trends in FileMaker tools and solutions. Hot topics will include FileMaker Go and the FileMaker platform for easily putting organizations’ solutions on iPad and iPhone; integrating FileMaker in institutional environments; database web publishing, and much more.”
Here’s hoping you enjoy the conference if you choose to attend it.