Philadelphia Flash Users Group: Thanks for coming…

I just wanted to thank everyone who showed up for the Philadelphia Flash Platform Adobe User Group session this Thursday. It was a lot of fun for me and meeting so many Flash/Flex developers in the area was really cool. I was hoping to show a lot more code but the session seemed packed enough with just the overview of the Flex internals. CIM did record the whole session though and I’ll post a link to the video once we have it online. In the meanwhile, feel free to download the presentation here (pdf)

Special thanks to Rob for making this thing happen.

I am really excited about the new Flex User Group. I hope we can meet more often as a group. I am sure that we all have a truckload of questions about Flex and Apollo that we can help each other through.

Keep your eyes on CimLabs as we get ready to release Fan 4 beta and for more Flash and Flex goodness in the coming months.

Author: Arpit Mathur

Arpit Mathur is a Principal Engineer at Comcast Labs where he is currently working on a variety of topics including Conversational Technologies, Affective Computing and Blockchains and decentralized services. Arpit has also worked extensively on Android and iOS applications, Virtual Reality apps as well as with web technologies like JavaScript, HTML and Ruby on Rails. He also spent a couple of years in the User Experience team as a Creative Technologist.

2 thoughts on “Philadelphia Flash Users Group: Thanks for coming…”

  1. Yo Arpit,
    Are you and the team coming out to see Joey Lott at the User Group tomorrow night? I am meeting people at the clothes pin between 5:30 and 6pm tomorrow to catch the to the event septa 32. Hope to see you there.
    Tony Pro

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