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Upcoming events for Flex developers

Sessions for the upcoming Adobe Max 2008 conference are published

MAX 2008 conference is the main event for people interested in the software made by Adobe.  MAX North America will take place in San Francisco MAX-2008 in November and the session schedule is published. This year its agenda includes more fifty sessions  about Flex. 

This is definitely not enough given the huge interest to Flex in all kinds of .  Surprisingly large portion of the sessions covers introductory Flex topics.
Majority  of MAX speakers are Adobe employees. People who are interested in hearing from Flex developers in the trenches, should attend 360Flex conference in August in San Jose. This event features a healthy mix of real-world Flex developers as well as the members of Adobe Flex team and offers the best value for Flex developers of any skill level. It offers about forty technical sessions.

A small-scale technical event will take place on August 19 in New York City. It’s called Enterprise Flex Symposium and is targeted for enterprise developers and managers that are working on distributed enterprise applications utilizing Flex for RIA. The readers of Flex Developer’s Journal will get 50% off the full price by entering the discount coupon flex3halfprice on the registration page .

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