Exciting news from Adobe – the Acrobat IT Resource Centre has been launched. If you’re looking to learn more about Acrobat and Reader then this is the place to go.
At the heart of the site is a bank of fresh, new IT focused content including a white paper with customer perspectives, IT led videos, IT tools and training information for enterprise deployment. We’ve also incorporated an area for visitors to seek insightful advice and perspective from the key thought leaders in the IT industry.
There is a great new whitepaper just published which is well worth checking out IT’s next challenge: Three key trends in document.
The Acrobat IT Resource Centre is also a great place to easily access Adobe blogs such as the Acrobat Blog (new post from Mark Grilli explaining more about the Resource Centre – This is IT) and IT evangelist Joel Geraci’s IT Matter’s blog.
The Resource Centre will be regularly updated with new and varied content and will become essential destination for information on wide range of IT issues.
This upcoming event on 20th October is a must for all Adobe Flex developers and members of the Flex community.
The Flex London User Group is putting on a 1-day free event ‘Flex and the City’, at the Barbican in London. It’s aimed at showcasing the use of the Flash Platform in the enterprise market.
Industry experts will share their knowledge through presentations and talks as well as showcasing real world applications leveraging the power of Flex in the enterprise market. Presentations will cover a range of topics and products including Flex, AIR, LCDS and Blaze DS.
A wide range of speakers will talk about their experiences of having developed and deployed enterprise apps. They include:
- Michael Chaize – platform evangelist, Adobe
- Richard Lord – technical architect, BrightTALK
- Graeme Harker – trading system developer, Rule Financial
- Richard Marsh – senior practitioner, Full Fat UK
- Jodie O’Rourke – development lead, IPTV start-up blinkbox.com
- Conrad Winchester – dz015
This is a great opportunity to meet some of the Adobe team, professionals, community leaders and network with Flex developers and designers. For full details of the speaker programme click here and for further information about the event and details of how to register visit the official Flex and the City website.
Hope to see you there….