CUS11 - FileMaker in Action: Inspiring the Next Generation of Developers - Hiroyuki Aruga

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Hiroyuki Aruga (DBPowers Co.Ltd.) Oliver Sussat (The Academy of Contemporary Music)

Session Description

Generation Z: Using FileMaker to Maker Their World a Better Place - Oliver Sussat - The Academy of Contemporary Music


They comprise nearly two billion people globally, and they don’t just represent the future; they’re creating it. But in a world where robotics and automation is doing more and more for human kind, where will the next job come from? How will Generation Z earn their crust? We believe the answer lies in creativity and in innovation. At ACM, we’re using FileMaker to further the academic, personal and professional development of our young people. Want to know what happens when you give a group of 12 - 22 year olds a FileMaker license? Find out more in this session.


Best Practices of FileMaker Campus Program - Hiroyuki Aruga - DBPowers Co.Ltd.


Most students let out their big cheers on seeing their own FileMaker-Apps work on their iPhone. No big programs or difficult scripts are needed. Simple action like “go to a layout” is enough at the first. Once seeing that, they found apps should not be bought, but be made by themselves. FileMaker campus programs gives ordinary students such big change of thinking. In the classes, focus is on showing the simple and precise feature of FileMaker. The purpose is to develop an ability to treat a variety of information around the world. I want to share how they learned with their real voice.

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