Talking Flex with the Philadelphia Flash Platform Adobe User Group

Comcast Interactive Media (CIM) is hosting the next PFPAUG meetup and I will be talking on how we use Flex here in applications that immediately appear in front of millions of people. My recent blog entry on how we used Flex to develop the next version of the square view of the Fan got quite a bit of attention in the blogosphere and I think we did a fairly good job of developing a Flex application the way adobe has envisioned. I am thinking this will be a mid to advanced level talk on Flex and we will cover things like skinning, debugging and our build system using Ant. If you are in or around Philadelphia around May 31st, come on down to 1500 Market Street. There will be food and we will also be giving away some goodies.

If anyone has anything they would specifically like to be covered, drop me a comment below and I will try to include that in the talk. More details on the event can be found at the PFPAUG page.

Author: Arpit Mathur

Arpit Mathur is a Principal Software Engineer at Comcast Labs where he is currently working on Virtual and Augmented Reality as well as investigating Blockchains and the decentralized internet.

One thought on “Talking Flex with the Philadelphia Flash Platform Adobe User Group”

  1. I’ve been working with Flex for about 2.5 years and I’m looking for a local users group or other forum to meet with other Flex developers in the Philadelphia area and exchange war stories. I would also be happy to present to the group on occasion as well. Any info to steer me in the right direction is greatly appreciated.

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