learn.adobe.com new Adobe resource?!

Surfing on web, I make a search with google and I find learn.adobe.com, a wiki site where you can find some examples about Flex and Device Central.

The site is in BETA, so I think that propably they’ll release next weeks… I don’t know, it’s first time that I see it.
In home they write:

This site lets you:

Share tips and techniques with other members of the community
Edit and update information from Adobe, including Adobe Help documentation
Rate and comment on content from Adobe and others.

that’s so interesting!

FotB, the second day

Second day at FotB was better than first!
If English people said: “God save the Queen”, I say: “God save Mario Klingemann“… he is a big geek and a showman!
You can find Mario’s preso directly in quasimondo.com (his blog), so Mario show us how to use BitmapData class and create very cool effect. It was an amazing session and it registered SOLD OUT.

Another big preso was Ted Patrick‘s session where he explain us the worst practice to use Flex! Ted is a big speaker, in few slides he show us what we could do to create solid and good projects, very interesting.

So now I’m starting the last day here… talking with Mr. Davey, that organizes FotB, he said me that next year FotB probably starts in the end of September, so take a space in your agenda and come in Brighton!

First day at FOTB

First day at FOTB was fantastic, speakers prepared great session, in particular inspire sessions are crazy!!!
Joshua Davis is an amazing speaker so cool presentation!

But another amazing thing is after the first inspire session where out of Pavillion Theatre the guys of Plug-in Media create a flash installation where you can interact with and when you move yourself starts from some areas one or more fireworks, very crazy!

After this we came to Brighton Casino and we gambled and eat all night!

When I’ll come back in Italy, I’ll create a Flickr account and put in all FOTB and Chicago MAX photos there.

And now I’ll start a new FOTB day! What amazing event!

I’m in general session of FOTB07

Hi guys!
My first experience in FOTB starts today! I’m so exciting, Brighton is an amazing location you can find a good see a very active and interesting city, very cool location.

Now I’m in FOTB general session in The Dome, atmosphere is fantastic and there are a lots of people that come here from all parts of world.
In general session there are Adobe team that explain news of Flash, Flash player Moviestar and Astro and so on.

I update every day my blog, so if you’d like to follow FOTB, come here, I’ll try to give all feedbacks about this great event.
Obviusly, if you are in FOTB and read this post, please contact me and we could meet here!

Sneak peek at MAX

If anybody tell me, I don’t believe it!

Yes, Sneak Peek in MAX is fantastic and amazing, it gives us what the Adobe future will be!
They will integrate C and C++ on Flash, they expan Fireworks and we could create layout for RIA and compile them into Fireworks for Flex or AIR, we could customize with Flash Lite OS of phones, we’ll have new algoritms to resize images, we can integrate an SWF file into a PDF file, we could use inDesgin Server to populate master page made by inDesign and so more!

An incredible sneak peek, very amazing!
When I come back in Italy I’ll organize a seminar to explain all this features in the end of October, more information you’d find at Let’s course blog

Adobe MAX: first day!

First day at Max is amazing!
In general session Adobe presents Flash Player 10 with a lots of cool features like text API implementation, 3D API implementation and new Filters API for new runtime effects.

New DevCenter area in Adobe site is well organized and so easy to search articles or tutorials about our favourite technology.

They present also great AIR application and with a lots of cool features, in fact they release in labs.adobe.com new AIR BETA version, AIR ROCKS!

Seminars are so interesting, this year there is a big interesting on Flex and AIR and a lots seminars too on those technologies.

What a GREAT EVENT! ADOBE ROCKS!