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Fireside FileMaker Podcast: "Welcome Back Claris"
Chino Hills, Calif., August 14th, 2019 — Fireside FileMaker has a special Podcast this week covering the rebirth of Claris. Thanks to all who are listening and we look forward to hearing your thoughts and observations.

The newest Fireside FileMaker release:

“Welcome Back Claris”

At the FileMaker Developer Conference last week, FileMaker, Inc. announced they had changed their name to Claris International and purchased Stamplay. This is a bit of déjà vu for anyone who remembers MacWrite, MacPaint and Claris Corporation. It’s a blast from the past that’s been modernized. We’ll share our thoughts on the announcement and even speculate as to what the future holds. Come join us for this exciting new era for FileMaker.

https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/fireside-filemaker/id1473715087

or

http://firesidefilemaker.podbean.com

Upcoming Episodes (one to be released each Wednesday):

1) FileMaker Certification - what is it and is it right for you?
2) KISS (Keep it simple Stupid) - the steps to simplicity
3) Favorites & Features - we talk about the things we love about FileMaker and then things we’d like to see

Feel free to leave comments on specific podcasts or general suggestions like upcoming topic ideas. You can also contact John Mark Osborne or Michael Rocharde at:

info@firesidefilemaker.com

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