MAX 2010, October 23 -27th at the LA Convention Center, will feature an expanded LiveCycle ES bundle including tons of new materials and topics. All sessions and hands on training will be done with the latest versions including such awesome improvements as Action Builder and the Service Discovery plug in.
It’s no secret, LiveCycle ES developers are in high demand. Don’t believe me, check our the barrage of “LiveCycle Developers Wanted” postings (297 results) on the Google LiveCycle Developers list. Some pay as high as $400/hour! If you want to put your tech career into high gear, you will definitely want to get the “LiveCycle@MAX” bundle which includes LiveCycle preconference training and full MAX conference pass. THIS SOLD OUT EARLY LAST YEAR so book it soon. The 2009 pre-conference LiveCycle ES workshops even sold out faster than the Photoshop training.
Sign up for the LiveCycle @ MAX Bundle now: http://max.adobe.com/sessions/livecycle/
I’ll be teaching one session which will be featured later. Every week on Technoracle, we’ll try to feature one new MAX 2010 LiveCycle featured promotion.
Here is Technoracle’s featured promotion for MAX 2010 for the week of July 12, 2010:
This program for enterprise developers combines one-and-a-half days of introductory preconference training on Adobe® LiveCycle® Enterprise Suite 2.5 with a full conference pass to MAX 2010.
The “Developing a LiveCycle ES2.5 Application” preconference lab is an essential introduction to developing user-centric applications with Adobe LiveCycle ES2.5. LiveCycle ES2.5 allows both business and IT professionals to visually assemble end-to-end processes, which when combined with rich interfaces, create engaging applications that unify systems and people quickly and flexibly. We’ll present an end-to-end use case bringing a rich Internet application (RIA) and a LiveCycle application together. You’ll learn about the LiveCycle IDE, the Admin User Interface, and the LiveCycle ES2.5 solution components as we guide you through development of this comprehensive use case.
We strongly recommend this training to those new to LiveCycle ES2.5, or those who would like a refresher, in order to get the most value out of the more advanced LiveCycle topics that will be presented during MAX.
The Developing a LiveCycle ES2.5 Application preconference lab will take place the following dates and times at the Los Angeles Convention Center: