Category Archives: Speaking
The FileMaker® Developer Conference (FileMaker DevCon) for 2018 is in the books. Here are the highlights from my attendee and speaker perspective.
At PauseOnError (May 7-8, 2018 in New Orleans), I lead a discussion called, “Stand Tall While Talking Money”. Pause is a different kind of conference – an unconference if you will. (Read more about the conference.) You aren’t a “speaker” … Continue reading
In this snippet from the Adatasol Podcast, I give an overview of the amazing experience planning PauseOnError 2018 with the Women of FileMaker. We also talk about the experience of being a woman in the tech industry and how we … Continue reading
First of all, I once again had the privilege to speak to the Xojo community at the Xojo Developer Conference last week. (XDC2019 was announced to be May 1-3, 2019, in Miami. Registration is already open!) During this year’s conference … Continue reading
What minimum processes should each company have? How do you know that you need these processes for your business? In this video from the Xojo Developer Conference 2018, I provide what processes each small business should have.
Process isn’t something that comes naturally to many business owners. Therefore, taking the time to actually write the process down becomes even harder. But writing your process for employees to see helps make those processes and their successes repeatable. In … Continue reading
Most people think creating structure is going to require a lot of rules and bureaucracy. But the truth of the matter is that structure allows for repeated success in our businesses. Repeated successes often lead to business growth and more … Continue reading
Once development is complete on your project what do you do? How can you make sure you can still be of use to the client without selling your time short? Testing and Support can sometimes be one of the trickiest … Continue reading
Scheduling your project at the very beginning helps to create clear expectations for your client. But how can you do that? More importantly, how can you make sure it is a schedule that is reasonable? In this video from Xojo Developer … Continue reading