SLC Adobe Flex / ColdFusion Tour Wed June 24th 6:30 PM

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SLC Adobe Flex / ColdFusion Tour Wed June 24th 6:30 PM

Postby ClarkeGJ » Tue Jun 16, 2009 3:02 pm

The Family History department are developing many new web application using Adobe Flex. Previews of the apps. can be seen at labs.FamilySearch.org. Many FamilySearch developers will be attending the Adobe Tour on the 24th. All interested developers are invited. Free food, prizes and a raffle

Date and Time: June 24, 2009 from 6:30pm - 8:30pm


Address: Neumont Universtiy, South Jordan Campus
10701 South River Front Parkway, Suite 300,
South Jordan, UT 84095

RSVP: rsvp@flexusergroup.org

Speaker: Adobe's Ryan Stewart



Come learn about the newest features in the Flex 4 framework, Flex Builder 4 and the newest Adobe product -- Flash Catalyst. See product feature demos, and learn how the new Flex framework powers both Flash Catalyst and Flex Builder to speed the development and testing of rich Internet applications and content.

The Adobe ColdFusion team is hitting the road to discuss Centaur, the next version of ColdFusion, and Bolt - code name for the highly anticipated first ColdFusion IDE from Adobe. Learn about exciting new features and discover how Centaur and Bolt will accelerate your ColdFusion application development.

Ryan Stewart is a Platform Evangelist for Adobe. He focuses on rich Internet application tools and technologies like Flash, Adobe AIR, Flex, Flash Catalyst, and ColdFusion. He has spoken at a number of industry conferences such as Web 2.0 Expo, Web Design World, Adobe MAX, 360|Flex, and Educause. Prior to joining Adobe he was an industry analyst regarding RIAs and maintained a blog on ZDNet where he covered all aspects of the rich Internet application landscape. Between coding and speaking he lives in Seattle, WA and enjoys hiking, mountaineering, and making beer.
Gordon Clarke
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