Brad Stanford did an excellent job presenting SelectorConnector and its modularity benefits, etc. There are lots of articles out on the web about it already, many from SeedCode, but it is good to hear a presentation in person.
Like many FMPUG presentations, it is the little things I learn that are always fun. My favorite trick I learned at this FMPUG was that Brad showed us if you are copying and item in one layout and go to paste it in another layout, it often doesn't go in the exact same location. Sometimes you really would like it to go in the exact same place. So when you go to the new layout, toggle to browse mode and back to layout mode and when you paste the object, it will go to the exact same pixel location. Nice!
The other fun thing from the FMPUG meeting was that Dennis Burnham talk about an article by Scott Love of Soliant Consulting about Rapid application development and FileMaker Go verses native development solutions. Pretty good article if you're interested in such things: Rapid Application Development: Go Native or Go Platform | App Developer Magazine
We sure had a good group this month and just about ran out of chairs. Fun to see so many people.