About

I am a member of a group in Adobe Systems, Inc. that evangelizes the use of AIR, Flex and LiveCycle to build world-class enterprise applications. The combination of these incredible technologies is having a dramatic impact on how applications are developed and revolutionizing how people engage with them.

My personal passions are flying and photography so you will see a lot of articles on these subjects as well (hence the name of my blog!). I also have a little weekend business that combines these passions – http://www.tigeraerial.com.

My LinkedIn Profile – http://www.linkedin.com/in/gregorywilson

Email: gwilson (at) adobe (dot) com

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3 Responses to “About”

  1. Hi Greg,

    My name’s Pete, I write for SCIFI.CO.UK (The UK SCI FI Channel).

    In conjunction with an agency called Public Creative we’ve created a game using Adobe AIR which is called ‘Desktop Blaster’. I’m sure you remember the classic Asteroids arcade game, well Desktop Blaster uses AIR to turn your very own Desktop into an asteroid field – your personal files and icons become the asteroids (temporarily of course).

    It’s very cool, and as an Adobe AIR user we’d love you to check it out – http://www.scifi.co.uk/desktop_blaster/

    If you get in touch via my email address I’ll be happy to send you the press release.

    Thanks

    Pete

  2. Hi Greg:

    I am a non IT person, but suddenly got thrust into a position where I need to learn Adobe Lifecycle ES rather quickly. I just listened to your presnetaion (http://tv.adobe.com/watch/max-2008-develop/introduction-to-livecycle-es). It was rather informative, but I was dissapointed that there was very little info/demo on the Live Cycle designer. Since I am novice, I am doing a hectic search on google and amazon for a basic dummy book on the ES designer with no luck.

    Do you have any reseources, powerpoint presentations that can help me understand the Live Cycle designer? Is there a book out there that can assist me? I am a very quick learner. Please advise. Thank you.

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