Today’s podcast is a continuation of WOW’s media coverage of the Adobe Max conference that took place in Los Angeles, CA October 4-7, 2009. To get a better sense for the value proposition of attending the week long event from a university perspective, I sat down with Bob Flynn, Manager IT Community Partnerships at Indiana University.
In this three minute interview, Bob shares the value of attending the event, the value to the university from a teaching perspective, the value to students ranging from from the creative, technical scientific and the value to the universities research projects utilizing RIA resources.
Bob ask that Web professionals and those that teach check out the BFlex 09 Conference October 24-25, 2009 on the Indiana University Campus
Bob also announces the availability of Web professional training open to teachers and students. If you’re looking for affordable hands on training consider checking out the BFLEX conference
The event is offering Flash Camps, Cold Fusion like BFusion and BFlex and hands on training for around $ 10.00.
What: Two days of hands-on training from the experts in Adobe Flex and ColdFusion.
ColdFusion — October 24, 2009
When: October 25, 2009
Where: Bloomington, Indiana
For additional information check out the BFlex conference website
Check out the full three minute podcast on today’s Web Professional Minute.
A full transcript will follow in twenty for hours.
Today’s Web Professional Minute is sponsored by the Nokia Corporation and their Nokia Web Runtime (WRT) Extension for Adobe Dreamweaver CS4 software making the creation of mobile WRT widgets for supporting Nokia devices easier then ever. Through the Nokia Ovi Store and Adobe AIR Marketplace, developers and designers have an easy way to engage, build and publish their content to Nokia mobile device customers. For additional information check out the Nokia Forum.