Pause on Error is coming to London!

London will be playing host to it’s own PauseOnError on October 20-21 at the Park Plaza Sherlock Holmes Hotel in Baker Street. It’s going to be the same format as the previous Pause events in New York and Portland, but with a few minor differences. Primarily, this boils down to using conference rooms instead of presenting in hotel rooms. As Pause on Error is an unconference, it’s a much more self organising event than others such as FileMaker Devcon.

There’s already a wide selection of presenters who are speaking on a variety of topics. I’ve opted to tackle the thorny subject of using FileMaker’s internal SQL. We’ve got Chris Manton and Bruce Robertson speaking on Bruce’s remarkable Virtual List technique.   John Renfrew will be talking about the super cool things you can do with Groovy through the ScriptMaster plugin. Those are only a few of the sessions already scheduled. Here’s a link to the full list of sessions.

If you want to attend, head over to http://poexlondon2011.eventbrite.com/ to sign up. There are still session slots available for speakers, so here’s your chance to share your knowledge. Everyone who wants to speak is encouraged to pick a time slot and enter the topic of their session.

People are coming from all over Europe, Canada, The United States, as well as loads from the UK. It promises to be an excellent developer’s get-together, hope to see you all there!

Ian Jempson

Ian has an impressive resumé amongst FileMaker developers and is an internationally recognised authority on all things FileMaker and is frequently invited to speak at industry events. In his 15 years of experience he has developed award-winning custom database systems as well as software products that are in daily use by tens of thousands across industries as diverse as investment banking, recruitment, events management, advertising and education In his role as Development Manager, Ian handles our increasing project management requirements. Certified in FileMaker versions 8 through 12, Ian is also well versed in other database platforms which drives him to constantly push the boundaries of what is possible with FileMaker Pro.

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