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Adobe is conducting 9 online seminars at times that are convenient for people in India.
- June 7th : 16:30 – 17:30
Erase the Designer to Developer gap: Adding interactions to your design with Serge Jespers
- June 7th : 20:30 – 21:30
Connecting your design to PHP services with Mihai Corlan
- June 8th : 16:30 – 17:30
Connecting a web application to a J2EE backend using Flash Builder 4 with Michael Chaize
- June 8th : 20:30 – 21:30
Working with Flash CS5 components in your Flash Builder 4 project with Mike Jones
- June 9th : 16:30 – 17:30
Going multi-user with P2P in Flash Player 10.1 with Tom Krcha
- June 9th : 20:30 – 21:30
Developing multi-user applications with LiveCycle services with Tom Krcha
- June 10th : 16:30 – 17:30
Bringing web Applications to the desktop with AIR 2.0 with Piotr Walczyscyn
- Jun 10th : 20:30 – 21:30
Code once and run on multiple mobile devices with Mark Doherty
Build an app in a week is intended to teach you about the Adobe® Flash® Platform, including Adobe® Flex®, Adobe® Flash® Builder™, Adobe® AIR®, Adobe® Flash® Player, and how it integrates with Adobe® Creative Suite® 5 technologies. This weeklong event features free, live webinars presented by Adobe technology experts. See live demos and have your questions answered by the experts during interactive Q&A sessions.
- Web designers
- Web developers
- Application developers
- Rich Internet Application developers
- Interactive design specialists
What you will learn
By attending this e-seminar series you will be able to create your own Rich Internet Application at the end of the week, using all the power of Flash Platform, in combination with the device and technology of your choice.
What Do You Need to Participate?
Online live webinars are scheduled events simulcast over the web via Adobe Acrobat Connect Pro. You’ll need a computer with a browser, Adobe Flash player and Internet connection. Voice-Over IP will broadcast over your computer. Access details will be provided once you register.
You can find more detail on the registration site here: http://www.adobe.co.uk/appinaweek
Here are the slides of my talk at Adobe Dev Summit 2009 – Chennai & Hyderabad on Rapid Prototyping.
I was pleasantly surprised at the number of people who were interested in the science of Prototyping. The industry and the community has always regarded Prototyping as an optional phase in the idea-to-market process. While many other industries like mobile, automobile, mechanical have embraced Prototyping long ago, the software world still seem to be a bit reluctant in realizing the advantage and relevance of this science. Looks like more and more people are waking up …. The audience seem to be growing larger and larger with every talk I do on this subject and thats a good sign …
Dislaimer: Some slides in the above PPT have been re-used in multiple talks to people of USiD 2009, NID – Bangalore, IIT-Kanpur Tech Tour.
Got the tipoff from @hsivaram’s twitter post. Interesting and exciting info -
IT professionals with these in-demand skills are expected to earn the following salaries in 2010:
* Flash developer: $75,000-$100,000
* Flex developer: $90,000-110,000
* PHP/LAMP developer: $85,000-100,000
* Ruby on Rails: $75,000-95,000
* CRM developer: $80,000-110,000
While the Bluewolf research was primarily focused on salaries in the New York, Connecticut, New Jersey area salaries — which are approximately 25% higher than the national average — Bluewolf said salary increases in other areas of the country will follow the trend, just at lower base levels.
All the more reason, you should move to Flex!!!
Interesting… So, now iPhone is going to have flash too. Not that it really matters. I think Nokia never did utilize flashlite to its full extent.
Now Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen has revealed that Apple and Adobe are "collaborating" on making Flash a reality on the iPhone, citing the technical challenge it presents.
What’s clear is that with all this work to do, it doesn’t seem they’re going the watered-down Flash Lite route, but we’re trying not to hold our breath for a full-on, Hulu-friendly version that will finally help us get that Doogie Howser fix on the go. Naturally, there’s no word on when this will hit.
And directly from the horse’s mouth…