Yesterday in Milan there was last date of AS3groundUP tour with on of the best AS developer of the world: Colin Moock!
It was the first time that I was attendee in a Colin’s session and… WOW he explain very very weel and in a clear way!
He also made very cool samples with “Stan” a poor tamagotchi system that it always died!
There were few people in Milan, I suppose 70 / 80 people more or less, I think that in this kind of event you can’t miss!!! Maybe only to go there and gave an acknowledgment to this man that went around the world to teach OOP in very cool way.
So thank you so much Colin, I hope to see you again, maybe at Max or FotB or… next tour (AS4?!).
If you’d like to see what Colin explained in the last tour date, take a look at his preso.
I made some pictures that you can find in my Flickr account.
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