Join me in San Jose Aug 19th and explore Adobe LiveCycle and the Flash Platform

If you are near San Jose, CA and are curious about the Adobe Flash Platform and/or Adobe LiveCycle, please join me Wednesday, August 19th at Adobe Corporate Headquarters for a 5 hour demo-filled, action-packed free event. It’s a great opportunity to get introduced to what Adobe has going on in both client-side and server-side technologies. Topics include:

  • Flash Player, including cool new features of Flash Player 10
  • Developing applications for the Flash Platform using Adobe Flex
  • Exploring the types of applications possible with Flex, including data visualization examples, real-time data push apps and more
  • Deploying applications on the web and on the desktop with Adobe AIR
  • Wiring Flex to various back-end applications using LiveCycle Data Services and BlazeDS
  • Adobe’s ultimate server-side SOA platform, LiveCycle ES – process management, data collection, rights management, PDF generation and much more
  • Discussing how all of these technologies fit together in “real world” applications
  • Sneak peeks at several upcoming products

The event is free but requires registration. Click here to register now.

Ok, here’s what marketing told me to say: Learn how top companies are improving their business bottom line by lowering operational costs, increasing productivity and driving revenue growth using the Adobe Flash® Platform and Adobe LiveCycle®. Join us in San Jose  for this complimentary event. 🙂

~ by Greg on August 17, 2009.

2 Responses to “Join me in San Jose Aug 19th and explore Adobe LiveCycle and the Flash Platform”

  1. I attended the Adobe Roadshow this week in Atlanta. Greg is very knowledgeable, engaging and even somewhat entertaining, which surprises his wife ( he’ll explain!)

    This is not an in-depht, how-to seminar, but it is a very good introduction and explanation, with plenty of examples, of the Flash Platform and of LiveCycle ES, both separately and how they could/should be used together.

    The marketing fluff was kept to a real minimum. If you are considering LC ( or Flash for your front end, but to a lesser extent) then I would recommend this presentation.

  2. Hmm Hi Bart! This is his wife….lol. What do I need to know? I didn’t hear about this.

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