UF DRC Final Review Combo Video H.264 720p After Trimming.

This video is a follow up to the unfinished story started with the Mar 24 2011 online video (posted at vimeo.com/24210005) of the University of Florida software development project for their Student Case Manager application for the Disability Resource Center. The Disability Accommodation Manager (DAM) version 1.0 is the result of 15 months of professional FileMaker Pro Certified Developer consulting and designing a revolutionary improvment on the UF DRC's 10 year internal staff's do-it-yourself software development project called the Student Case Manager.

At minute 44:00 mark of this 47 minute long video, there is a cut away transition with a missing segment of approximately 10 minutes of the conversation that was a presentation on the Disability Accommodation Manager (DAM) concerning new features in version 1.1 and in 1.2 of the DAM including the new Resource Booking & Student Appointment Calendar as part of DAM 1.2. This portion of the recorded conversation was cut out to reduce the overall length of the video and to properly keep the subject matter in this video only about the version 1.0 of the software that the UF DRC actually received as part of their initial contract with Maximum Computer Systems, Inc. That properly delivered and finished contract was for the UF developed Student Case Manager software to be upgraded from a very old version to version 8.4.13 which is also equivalent to the Disability Accommodation Manager (DAM) application version 1.0 released in September 2011.

The newer Disability Accommodation Manager (DAM) software version 1.1 was released in November 2011 for delivery at the UF DRC in December 2011. In December 2011, the latest software development for Maximum Computer Systems, Inc. is regarding the Disability Accommodation Manager (DAM) Resource Booking & Student Appointment Calendar which is scheduled for release before the 2011 Christmas break for any new university customers and development partners with a 2012 contract.

Special Note: The reason that the video description above includes the word, "Combo" is that I used Apple's Final Cut Pro X software to edit two videos into one by superimposing the computer's screen capture of the software demonstration into the broader view of our person to person interview so it looks like two videos in one. The audience can see what we saw as we spoke even though the computer was turned away from the audience during the recording.

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