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Online Training Leader lynda.com Announces Release of FileMaker Pro 9 Beyond the Basics - Over Eight Hours of Tutorials on Database Building

Ojai, California, [August 28th, 2007]—lynda.com, the leader in self-paced digital media and design training, today introduced FileMaker Pro 9 Beyond the Basics.

In FileMaker Pro 9 Beyond the Basics , Certified Developer and Authorized Trainer Cris Ippolite offers comprehensive training in how to use FileMaker Pro 9 to its full potential. He also teaches numerous hands-on techniques for publishing FileMaker Pro 9 databases to networks and the web. The tutorials cover relationship types, external data sources, the new FileMaker Server 9, functions, objects, simple and complex reports, and even the new PHP Site Assistant. Exercise files accompany the tutorials.

“Once you’ve covered the basics of FileMaker, it’s clear that there is much more under the hood. Cris Ippolite is a day-in, day-out FileMaker developer, and he truly knows of what he speaks. This training is a great follow up to basic courses, and will help everyone who wants to take their FileMaker skills to the next level,” says Lynda Weinman, CEO of lynda.com.  

Anyone with an internet connection can access FileMaker Pro 9 Beyond the Basics by subscribing to lynda.com’s Online Training Library®. A separate CD-ROM version of FileMaker Pro 9 Beyond the Basics is also currently available.

Subscriptions to the lynda.com Online Training Library® start at $25 per month, and provide access to over 20,000 movie tutorials covering more than 350 technology career tools, software applications, and techniques. Subscribers can access any of the computer-based training courses at their convenience. Multi-user subscriptions are also available for companies and institutions seeking to provide education and training to groups.

For free online samples of FileMaker Pro 9 Beyond the Basics and more detailed product information, please visit http://movielibrary.lynda.com/html/modPage.asp?ID=449 .

To arrange to view the full training title, please contact megan@lynda.com .

For more information on lynda.com products, please visit http://www.lynda.com or call 1-888-335-9632.

About lynda.com

Since 1997, lynda.com has provided education and technical training solutions for designers, computer graphics specialists, digital media users, and computer owners. lynda.com products include web-based training, instructional books, CD- and DVD-based video training, self-paced online learning, and events for creative designers, instructors, students, and hobbyists. lynda.com specializes in teaching fundamental design and graphics principles along with the latest computer software, digital media technologies, and techniques.

About Cris Ippolite

ris Ippolite is the president and founder of iSolutions, Inc., a Santa Monica-based custom software and Web design firm. Cris is a FileMaker 7 and FileMaker 8 Certified Developer as well as an Authorized FileMaker Professional Trainer and one of 25 partner-level FileMaker Solution Alliance members in the world. He is also a regular speaker at several technology conferences, including Flashforward, FileMaker Developer Conference, and Macworld. Visit him on the web at www.isolutions-inc.com .

About FileMaker, Inc.

FileMaker is the leader in easy-to-use database software. Millions of people, from individuals to some of the world's largest companies, rely on FileMaker software to manage, analyze and share vital information. The company’s products are the FileMaker Pro line – versatile database software for teams and organizations, for Windows, Mac and the Web – and Bento, the personal database for Mac, iPhone and iPod touch. FileMaker, Inc. is a subsidiary of Apple.

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