Certified FileMaker 14 Developer
John Pashley has just attained certification as a FileMaker 14 Developer making Macumen one of the first (and relatively few) certified FileMaker 14 developers in Australia (he’s like a rockstar around here).
The new FileMaker 14 Platform provides the most complete and flexible experience across iPad, iPhone, Windows, Mac and the web. Including new features that speed design and development time, provide more control of iPad and iPhone solutions, and give you access to your data in a mobile browser.
Macumen has been able to design your new database using FileMaker 14, or rejig your old, ugly database to look cool and be an even more valuable tool for your business for months, now we can do it with ‘Pasho’. If you’d like to discuss the possibilities please drop us a line via the contact tab above or call us on (02) 9550 1110.
Well done Pasho!
Macumen adds one more to the team, bringing our numbers to seven!
John Pashley joins us as a FileMaker developer bringing a broad range of experience from being a Certified Apple Technician, providing advice and support across many different areas including OS X, iOS, FileMaker (Server, Pro and Go) and running his own business as well as (importantly) being a FileMaker Certified Developer.
I guess our next big challenge is assigning names to the seven of us (Grumpy and Dopey are already taken).
Please join us in welcoming ‘Pasho’ to the team.
Macumen welcomes Sean Inkley to the Team
Sean joins Team Macumen direct from Apple Australia working as an Apple Genius and trainer for the past three years. He brings a wealth of knowledge on all Apple products and a history of innovation and adaptability (this is after all what Apple is all about). We will be introducing Sean to clients over the coming weeks, or you may meet him on the phone when calling the office.
Sean also has a solid background in social media development, web development and as a professional athlete training at the NSW Institute of Sport. Please join us in welcoming him to our team and help him transition from his beloved blue Apple t-shirts to The World According to Macumen.