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FileMaker Summer Camp 2024 

FileMaker Summer Camp will once again return to the hills of northern Georgia the week of October 7, 2024.

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Standard Pause starts on Monday, October 7th with a Meet & Greet in the evening and ends with a closing session on Thursday morning around 10:30 AM.


Extended Pause also starts on Monday, October 7th but offers you an extra self-organized day, ending Friday morning with an 11:00 AM check out.

Registration

Registration opens May 1, 2024 at 10am Eastern. If you'd like us to notify you when registration opens, sign up here:

All of our registration options are all-inclusive. This year, we are offering Standard Pause and Extended Pause packages.

 

PauseOnError simplifies your planning with two types of all-inclusive packages: Standard Pause (October 7-10, 2024) and Extended Pause (October 7-11, 2024). Both packages cover your stay from the welcome Meet & Greet dinner to a farewell packed lunch, including:

 

  • Registration for PauseOnError: FileMaker Summer Camp

    • People: An event created, attended, and led by the FileMaker community

    • Time: Plenty of Structured sessions and intentionally open-ended blocks of time

    • Space: A varied mix of indoor and outdoor space for sessions and activities in the beautiful foothills of the Blue Mountains

  • All meals and drinks during the event:

    • Meet & Greet reception and dinner on the first evening

    • Catered breakfast, lunch, and dinner are served buffet style on full days (vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free options are available, and all meals are kosher)

    • Non-alcoholic drinks are served all day; beer and wine offered with dinner

    • Buffet Breakfast on the last morning, plus a packed lunch to take on your travels back

  • Accommodations of your choice (see pricing below)

  • Complimentary WiFi, event t-shirt, and swag

  • Unlimited access to camp amenities such as the fitness center, meeting rooms, and trails

Pricing
Pricing

From the comfort of a private hotel room to the camaraderie of a shared cabin or the adventure of camping, there’s an option for every budget and preference. Early bird pricing is available from May 1 to May 31, 2024!

All-inclusive pricing is determined by the accommodations you reserve:

STANDARD PAUSE
(Oct 7-10, 2024)

EXTENDED PAUSE
(additional night)

Hotel Room

$1,800

+$250

Early bird pricing:

$1,620

Cabin

$1,800

+$250

Early bird pricing:

$1,620

Roommate / Camping / Offsite Lodging

$1,000

+$150

Early bird pricing:

$900

Accommodations

Hotel

Cabin

Camping

Hotel Room
All hotel rooms have a private bathroom, heating and air conditioning, complimentary toiletries, a mini-fridge, and a coffee maker.

Cabin

A cabin has a large communal space in the center, 1-2 private rooms, a large sleeping room accommodating 4-10 bunk beds, and a shared bathroom. Linens and towels are included. When choosing this option, you reserve a cabin space that can accommodate multiple attendees, and you will not be matched up randomly with other attendees. This is a great option to share with friends or co-workers.

 

Roommate

If you’re sharing a hotel room or cabin with an attendee who’s already reserved accommodations, this is the registration package for you!

 

Camping (BYOTent)
If you’re looking for something a little more true to the “camp” in Summer Camp, you can bring your own tent to camp on the property. A shared bathroom will be available.

Offsite Lodging
If you choose to stay offsite in nearby Clayton, GA or the surrounding area, this will provide access to all things Summer Camp while you’re onsite at Ramah Darom.

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Presented by

PauseOnError is created in partnership between SeedCode and Proof+Geist.

 

Information on becoming a sponsor will be available later in 2024. 

  • Can I be a speaker?
    Yes, please! Like last year, we won’t be asking for you to submit a session for approval. Instead, we will open up slots for people to sign up to facilitate a session. We plan to post the schedule where you can sign up to lead small group sessions by mid-September. Ahead of that, let’s talk in Slack and see what topics are of interest, and where there are opportunities for collaboration. Some things you might want to try this year: Collaborate with someone on a jointly-facilitated session. Lead a conversation about a question whose answer you don’t know. Propose a session you know is specialized – unlike a big conference, sessions at Camp don’t have to be popular to be on the calendar. A 5-person session might be more valuable than a 50-person one! Let everyone know what you’d like to learn 🧑‍🏫 about – maybe it will inspire someone to lead a session.
  • Can I sponsor Pause?
    This year, we will offer limited promotional opportunities by offering themed items. Interested in hearing more? Send us an email and we'll chat!
  • Where is camp, exactly?
    Camp is hosted at: Ramah Darom Retreat Center 70 Darom Lane Clayton, GA 30525
  • When should I plan to arrive and depart?
    The first event of the conference is dinner on Tuesday evening. Events will wrap up mid-morning on Friday, and the venue provides a box lunch you can take on the road for your trip home. Check in is after 3pm on Tuesday, and the closing session on Friday will wrap up around 10:30am, so you may want to plan your departure around 11am.
  • Where can I find a roommate or a ride?
    Everyone who has registered will receive an invitation to the event-specific Slack space. This is a great place to collaborate and team up for rides and housing. If you're looking for pre-registration connections, there are community resources where you’re likely to find people who are attending Pause. Here are a few – if you know of more, please reach out to us so we can add to the list! Claris Community: https://community.claris.com/en/s/ WITfm: https://womeninnovatingtogether.org/about/connect/
  • How do I get to camp? Can I carpool from an airport?
    We hope that you will carpool and make epic roadtrip playlists to share with the group! Once you've purchased your ticket, we'll add you to the Summer Camp 2022 slack workspace. There, you can coordinate travel plans, jam sessions, and anything else you'd like to arrange ahead of time.
  • What about cars and accessibility?
    All of the recreational buildings are wheelchair/handicap accessible. Guests are asked not to use their vehicles to travel around campus. Guests may park only in approved parking locations. It is extremely important to only park in designated parking areas to ensure our maintenance and facilities team can access all areas of our campus. If you have difficulty walking, please contact a staff member to discuss accommodations. A limited number of parking passes are available for people who need to use their vehicles for mobility reasons.
  • Do doors lock? Are there lockers?
    As you may recall from summer camp when you were a kid, cabins do not have locking doors. Pause will be the only group on site, but you may want to consider leaving your valuables at home and/or bringing luggage that you can secure yourself. Unfortunately we cannot guarantee the security of any valuables you choose to bring with you.
  • Can you accommodate my food allergy?
    The kitchen staff at Ramah Darom is incredibly friendly and accommodating -- they almost certainly can accommodate your dietary needs. Please make sure to note it on your registration. If you forgot, send us an email! All food served by the venue is kosher.
  • Can I get a refund?
    Tickets for Pause Summer Camp are non-refundable, but they are transferable up until the registration close date, August 21. If you buy a ticket and then you’re unable to make it, we encourage you to see if you can find someone else to take your seat or your lodging. After registration closes, we may not be able to accommodate transfers. In the event of a catastrophe (think: global pandemic) we will do our best to provide refunds. However, any refunds will be limited by the fees charged to us by our payment processor and venue.
  • Can I register once for a whole group?
    No, everyone in a group needs to register individually. However, one attendee can purchase all accommodations for a group. If you're registering several people and would prefer to receive an invoice and pay once for your whole group, rather than having each person pay as they register, use coupon code INVOICE (all caps) on the checkout page for each registration and include a note of who to invoice and how many registrations we're expecting in the final "Anything else you'd like us to know?" question. Note that registration invoices that are not paid promptly are subject to cancellation.
Attendees
Attendees

Anthony Coltman

Bob Bowers

Dave Vaklyes

Ernest Koe

John Sindelar

Krissy Ferris

Martha Zink

Ron Cates

Scott Schley

Tim Krebs

Adrian Frimodt Moller

April Barman

Corey Fisher

Dean Ingram

Gabi Lisboa

JohnAustin Lamprecht

Lisette Wilson

Nick Farnan

Ronnie Rios

Sully Sullivan

Todd Geist

Allen Poole

April Barman

Dale Miller

Debi Fuchs

Greg Price

Josh Ormond

Lui de la Parra

Richard Carlton

Sara Severson

Tanner Ellen

Todd Weller

Andrew LeCates

Becca Ingram-Bryant

Dana Carlton

Don Levan

Jacob Valeriano

Kim Jennings

Marcus Swift

Robbie Collins

Sarah Krabacher

Taylor Sharpe

Will Mercer

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