Normally we host our enterprise events in Diegem at the Adobe venue, but since Devoxx is in town we thought it would a good idea to make an exception. So on November 15, after Devoxx, you can get an extra shot of tech talk at our Adobe Usergroup meeting. Here's what we're going to talk about.
"Let's talk about Flex baby !" - Michaël Chaize (Adobe Flash Platform Evangelist)
Session Abstract: In 2011, Flex moved from being a "RIA framework" to a "RIA and Mobile apps framework". What a move! Let's analyze the impact of Flex 4.5 on our developer life! We'll also discover the new features of Flex 4.6 and the roadmap for the Flash Platform. What's coming in the Flash runtimes in 2012 and what's the plan for Flex and Flash Builder.
"Creating Adobe AIR native extensions for Android and iOS platforms" - Piotr Walczyszyn (Adobe Flash Platform Evangelist)
Piotr Walczyszyn is an Adobe Evangelist responsible for messaging around the Flash Platform technologies, including Adobe Flash, Flex, and AIR. He is an author of technical blog riaspace.com. Piotr also initiated multiple open source community projects like NativeApplicationUpdater and flerry. He also has a strong background in enterprise architectures like JEE and .NET Framework.
Session Abstract: During the session Piotr will do an overview of native extensions feature that comes with latest release of AIR 3 SDK. He will guide you step by step how to build your first native extension for both Android and iOS platforms.
"haXe: One codebase to rule 'em all!" - Sven Dens
Sven Dens is a technology geek with an outspoken love for robotics and
other kinds of heavy metal. He prefers communicating through gateways or
distorted at over 100dB, but is known to have deviated from those
standards and indulge in serial communication during networking talks
more than once. His motto is: 'If it ain't broke, pimp it!'. Favorite
song: Sum 41 - Grab the Devil by the Horns and **** Him Up the ***. Nuff
Session Abstract: During this short session I'll introduce you to haXe, a
little-known language created by Nicolas Cannasse (the creator of the
MTASC-compiler) that will blow your socks off. It's coding with a pinch
of salt & pepper and a little "je ne sais quoi". Jump on the nerd-train
with me and get ready for the ride of a lifetime.
Afterwards, we can have a drink at de Groenplaatscomments powered by Disqus