Building Applications on a Budget with Reusable Code
John Mathewson, Kyo Logic
In this presentation, John Mathewson of Kyo Logic will discuss how to design applications on a budget. John will discuss techniques for applying reusable code so that the development process is efficient and has high return on investment. He will review how to gather system requirements and turn them into an actionable code design.
This presentation will discuss:
• How to define what a user really wants
• Designing around purpose and workflow
• Using design patterns to make code modular and reusable
John presented this topic as a conference session at
(Conférence québécoise des développeurs FileMaker® 2014) in early May 2014.
About the Presenter
John Mathewson is President and co-founder of Kyo Logic, LLC, a Platinum FileMaker development firm located in Westport, Connecticut. He is an organizational design expert and works with companies to create systems that improve productivity and increase business intelligence. John has developed database applications since 1986 in Visual FoxPro, MySQL and FileMaker Pro. He is a certified FileMaker 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12 developer.
About the Philadelphia FileMaker User Group
The Philadelphia FileMaker User Group was founded in 2004 as an initiative by FileMaker Business Alliance Platinum member IT Solutions Consulting. The group’s goal is to provide an open forum for FileMaker developers and those interested in FileMaker to meet, brainstorm and network.
We hold meetings the 4th Thursday of every month at 6PM, in the office of IT Solutions Consulting, Inc., at 414 Commerce Drive, Suite 150, Fort Washington PA.
Meetings are open to all, regardless of background and there’s no charge to attend.
The Philadelphia FileMaker User Group is sponsored by:
IT Solutions Consulting, Inc.
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