July 25, 2013 in FileMaker (F)
[prMac.com] Tampa, Florida - Grasp Learning, an online school for FileMaker Pro Training is proud to announce the launch of their FileMaker blog, Ground Control. Blog topics will feature FileMaker announcements, FileMaker industry news, FileMaker how-to tips and tricks, behind the scenes of launching Grasp Learning, and other thoughts related to learning how to develop with FileMaker Pro.
"We're launching this blog because we want to start conversations that will keep the FileMaker community informed, while also helping them become better FileMaker developers," says Kevin Kurpe, founder of Grasp Learning.
This FileMaker blog is only one part of Grasp Learning, the Internets first FileMaker School. In addition to the blog, the new online learning community will feature a FileMaker Forum, as well as subscription-based memberships to access premium content, including instructor-led courses, FileMaker how-to lessons, video tutorials, sample code, and other training materials that teach students how to become a proficient FileMaker Pro developer.
If you are interested in writing for the Ground Control blog, an online resource dedicated to helping FileMaker developers improve their skills and grow their knowledge base, then please send your FileMaker news and article ideas to Shanna Kurpe using the contact information listed below.
For more information about Grasp's Online School for FileMaker Pro, please visit website or contact Shanna Kurpe.
Located in Tampa, Florida, Grasp is a marketing and software firm that helps companies think differently, grasp the possibilities and do the critical things necessary to effectively grow their people and their business. The company plans, teaches and implements proven marketing strategies, business technologies and custom software applications for enterprise-level organizations across the United States. Grasp is also the company behind Grasp Learning, a guided online school for FileMaker Pro. Copyright (C) 2013 Grasp. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo and Mac OS X platforms are trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.