DevCon 2014: On Boarding New Developers - Molly Connolly

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Molly Connolly (Thorsen Consulting, Inc.)


Session Code: BUS001

 

You’ve hired a smart, capable individual who fits your company culture but now you need to get them up to speed? How do you introduce them to maintaining your existing systems? How do you teach them FileMaker Pro from scratch when you barely have time to keep up with the work that you have? Or, for a semi-experienced developer, how do you create a training plan that helps them fill in gaps in their experience and move forward on a path towards continuous learning? This session will provide a framework for developing a short and long-term training plan for your new hire. It will focus on both technical and logistical steps in ensuring your new hire is being productive and able to move forward with or without direct supervision. Sample training exercises and community resources will be provided.

 

What you should know

For developers or hiring managers looking to mentor and train new developers.

 

Products & Technologies

  • FileMaker Pro
  • FileMaker Go
  • FileMaker Server

 

What You Will Learn

  • Learn about existing resources you can leverage to help train your new hire
  • Develop a training plan for new developers that focuses on their strengths to maximize productivity
  • Implement procedures to help new developers with overall communication and learning
  • Identify ways to evaluate progress and measure success

 

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