FileMaker & Tableau | Building Dashboards with Interactivity

If you’ve been working with FileMaker, then I don’t have to sell you on the fact that it’s a great solution to help you manage your data. Whether you’re an in-house developer, a consultant, or just starting to explore what is possible with this powerful platform, you will at some point come across the need to build in some kind of dashboard. Maybe your group needs to see sales trends for the last year or perhaps you have a system that tracks projects and want to see the daily average of tasks completed. In either case, dashboards are a great way to synthesize large amounts of information and provide you with insight in a simple and informative visual design.

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Maximizing Diversity to Bridge The Tech Gap

Work To Be Done: Bridging The Tech Gap

If you follow tech industry news I am sure you’ve read and heard about the need for greater diversity in the industry. While the discussion began with a focus on women and people of color, diversity in hiring also includes people with disabilities, parents in need of flexible scheduling, gender diversity and people from diverse socio-economic backgrounds.

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FileMaker Collaboration, Performance & Insight with InspectorPro

 

FileMaker Meetups: Seattle, Portland, Santa Clara & LA

Beezwax’s Vincenzo Menanno is hitting the road this week to visit our FileMaker colleagues across the West Coast, talking about “FileMaker Collaboration, Performance and Insight with InspectorPro”. Vince will be presenting our latest research, development and product offerings to FileMaker Developer Meetups in Seattle, Portland, Santa Clara and Los Angeles.

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The Thrival Guide: @ Burning Man

This is Julian‘s Out of Office email reply. We thought it would be fun to share it, along with the work mentioned herein. Enjoy!

From: Julian Nadel

Subject: Out of Office; @ Burning Man

Hello. I am off-line, returning to email on September 7th.

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The Human Resource

20 years in, a founding Bee reflects

Julian Nadel is president and founder of Beezwax. He’s celebrating the 20th Anniversary of Beezwax with this, his premier Beezwax Blog post.

Many CEOs of tech consultancies spend their time on the frontlines of code or clients.

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Computer Science Education Week…Hour of Code!

This week the Beezwax crew found a fun way to give back to Oakland by participating in the Computer Science Education Week (CSEdW), Hour of Code. The Hour of Code exposes children to the basics of computer science, including sequential instructions, loops and conditional statements.

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CQDF Montréal 2015 – FileMaker

La 5e Conférence québécoise des développeurs FileMaker (CQDF) 2015: les 25, 26 et 27 mai 2015 à l’hôtel Le St-Sulpice situé dans le Vieux-Montréal. Vincenzo Menanno, Beezwax, présente:

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Our Five Favorite Talks from RailsConf 2015

The Beezwax web dev team had a great time at RailsConf at the end of last month. The three days of the conference were packed with interesting talks, necessitating a series of painful triages each day as we selected which to attend and which to leave unseen. But now that ConFreaks has posted full video for almost all of the talks, everyone can catch up. Here are five of Shivam’s and Kevin’s favorites:

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