FileMaker Talk is a podcast covering topics related to the software application FileMaker Pro. FileMaker provides a diverse array of features and functionality and you'll find all kinds of related topics discussed in this podcast. From high-profile interviews to simple ranting and gab about FileMaker, we cover everything we can within this tight-knit community.
Well-known personalities Matt Petrowsky of ISO FileMaker Magazine (www.filemakermagazine.com) and Matt Navarre (msnmedia.com) are your hosts for the show.
Let's Play "Have You Used It?"
Matt & Matt get on the horn just to gab about FileMaker again. This time they play the game "Have You Used It?" when considering the various functions and scripts steps. As always, they venture into other topics related to the FileMaker platform.
Speaking with Scott Love of Codence
Matt Navarre speaks with Scott Love about vertical software, the 42 Silicon Valley intern program, Pause on Error in Mexico, career changes, and more.
Walk Me Through It Matt
Matt and Matt walk through some FileMaker scenarios and end up debating about feature implementations and the future of the FileMaker platform.
Claris Connect, Infrastructure costs & cruft management
Matt & Matt talk about the new Claris product Claris Connect, the cost of infrastructure and how to deal with design and development cruft.
Year End FileMaker Tips & Tricks for 2019
Matt & Matt provide some year end tips & tricks for wrapping up 2019.
Discussing the Claris Roadmap of late 2019
Matt & Matt talk about the recent Claris Roadmap 2019 webinar and both sing their praises and express their concerns about the upcoming changes to our beloved world of FileMaker.
Customer ReviewsSee All
This is the only FileMaker podcast I listen to. I never miss an episode.
YAY FILEMAKER FUN!
Hey Matt & Matt,
Love the idea--love the spirit and am looking forward to hearing more from you. This is such a great service to the community and a great way to keep entertained and informed.
Thanks and keep up the great work!
A revised review
Im revising a former review I left while apparently in a grouchy mood. I do find myself eagerly anticipating the weekly release in hope of seeing that golden nugget that somehow finds its way into each show, inspiring some new idea for me to apply to my own databases. But since I am only on step 2 of the grouch recovery program, I do still find myself rolling my eyes at the corny humor.