There are several ways to learn the 4D language and development environment.
- Read all 4,048 pages of the documentation
- Lurk on the 4D iNUG message board and 4D Forum for months
- Go through the 7,915 entries in the 4D Knowledgebase
- Start a database from scratch and plow ahead
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Your first video is free!
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[testimonial1_arial author="Scott Davis - ProPass"]“I always enjoy going to the Seattle 4D SIG that Walt heads up. I seem to always come away from that group meeting learning something new. The flow of conversations are honest and direct. I think the addition of the 4D Code Camp where we can get together and drill into “the code” helps when we are trying to figure the best way to solve a particular problem. Of course, the donuts are always a welcomed addition!”[/testimonial1_arial]
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