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About John Mark Osborne
John Mark Osborne has been working with FileMaker Pro for over 20 years. He earned his FileMaker Pro degree working on
the frontlines of Claris technical support. John was the Technical Lead for FileMaker, serving as an escalation
path for other technical support representatives and writing a large portion of TechInfo (now called Knowledge Base), their technical information
reference. John also acted as a liaison between the technical support department and the FileMaker development team,
reporting bugs, attending product meetings and acting as resource for the development team.
John Mark is best known as the author of the popular FileMaker Pro web site Database Pros.
The Database Pros web site has been on the internet for 20 years and gets over 10,000 visitors a month by offering free FileMaker Pro tips,
tricks and techniques. Sister sites include The Philosophy of FileMaker blog and The Fireside FileMaker
Podcast to round out Database Pros as the leading content provider on the internet. And, don't forget my YouTube channel!
John Mark is also well known as the co-author of the wildly popular Scriptology book
and CD ROM. John Mark launched a hands-on training class based on his Scriptology book and it has become so popular that it is
now taught at MacWorld Exposition in San Francisco and New York. John Mark Osborne was of the original 4 trainers authorized to teach the FileMaker Professional training
from Claris International.
John Mark has been a featured speaker at the FileMaker Developer Conference for 15 years straight. At the 1999 Developer
Conference, he was awarded the FileMaker Pro Excellence award for "creation of outstanding technical resources".
John Mark is a former technical editor for Advisor magazine
working on the tips and tricks section which is the most popular column in the magazine. The magazine is now out of business but I'm still here!
John Mark has recorded beginner, intermediate and advanced tutorial videos
for FileMaker 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16 and 17 totaling more than 500 hours. Currently, he is working on videos for FileMaker 17 at Thinkific.
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John Mark Osborne is an FBA (FileMaker Business Alliance) working closely with FileMaker, Inc. and has been when the acronym was CSA (Claris Solutions Alliance) and FSA (FileMaker Solutions Alliance). John Mark Osborne
has also passed the rigorous FileMaker 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16 and 17 certification tests and is proud to display the FileMaker 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16 and 17 certification logos.
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ATTN: John Mark Osborne
2066 Rancho Hills Drive
Chino Hills, CA 91709
Payment for consulting work is based on Net 30 terms. Training classes must be paid in full 3 weeks prior to
the event. Payment for products have a money back guarantee if you are not fully
satisfied. See below for cancellation policies on training classes.
If you are dissatisfied with a class for any reason, you may retake
that same class at no cost, within 60 days, provided seating is
available. To qualify, submit your request in writing to Database Pros.
Full payment of training course fees are required prior to the event. You may
cancel or reschedule your registration up until 10 business days before
the class begins. If you do not attend a class or cancel within 10
business days before your scheduled class, you are responsible for the
full course fee. Participant substitutions are allowed.
disclaims any liability in connection with any date, location,
or speaker changes, or cancellation.
I've been an Apple freak for over 20 years now so don't get mad at me if I favor the Macintosh over Windows sometimes. I try
not to play favorites but it still happens occasionally. Thanks for your understanding.