BUS09 - Developer to Advocate - John Renfrew

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John Renfrew (att.it{ude})

Session Description

Like many other programming platforms, FileMaker developers quickly realise they are part of a community. The contributions we make, and questions we ask, are only a part of the public face of our developer meme. What steps might we take to become well regarded and respected as members of the FileMaker developer community? In this session we will explore some of the ways to be more involved in the community — no matter what your current level of skill, or personality, may be. A crucial part of that is the art of asking better questions, so we will show examples of why that makes a difference.

What you should know

Familiarity and membership in the FileMaker Community site.

Products & Technologies

  • Pro/Advanced
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Session Materials

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What You Will Learn

  • Pointers for a positive forum profile
  • Suggestions for moving from lurker to contributor
  • Taking advantages of opportunities to share your skills and enthusiasm
  • It’s not all about being an extravert, networking for the shy