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FileMaker Mastermind Group
This group is to help beginner to intermediate FileMaker developers with areas that they are having trouble with or want to know more about.

Virtual meetings, using Zoom, will include a presentation, made by an expert level member, or invited guest, followed by Q&A and a brainstorming session to help with specific problems. Meetings will all be held virtually with one meeting for Europe and North America and the other for developers in Australia and New Zealand. Members are encouraged to write in and suggest topics of interest to them.

If you're already an expert developer, this group is probably not for you, but we'd welcome you nevertheless and if you'd like to present something FileMaker, get in touch as I'd love you to do so. Remember we're here to help beginners and intermediates who won't necessarily understand advanced concepts so we have to keep it, relatively, simple and talk in laymans terms as much as we can.

To sign up, go to FileMaker Mastermind Group

https://www.meetup.com/filemaker-mastermind-group/

Our first meeting is on Wednesday, August 11

Managing the Relationship Graph

Should you be using anchor-buoy or the traditional spiderweb or something else? This meeting is a round robin discussion of the various options for managing the relationship graph and the importance of context, simply described as 'if you don't know where you are, how do you know how to get to where you are going?'

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