Are you looking for a chance to meet the Flex engineering team in person? Are you starting out with Flex and wanting to learn more about it? Are you an experienced Flex developer and looking to meet other Flex developers, or even present sessions at a Flex event? If any of these apply, or you’re just interested in Flex, then FlexCamp is where you want to be. This free event is taking place on July 27th at the Adobe San Francisco office. Like Apollo Camp a few months ago, this one night event will provide you with technical sessions and great networking opportunities. You bring your laptop: we’ll provide the pizza, drinks, beer and gifts.
The event is divided into two sections: the first half of the night are 1 hour sessions from Adobe, going over the vision for Flex, what’s new in Flex 3, how we see designers and developers working together, and building out Flex based AIR applications. The second half of the night is up to you. We’ve setup a wiki where you can sign up to present sessions: anything goes, as long as its related to Flex (or AIR). I’ve already signed up to do a session on PHP and Flex.
You need to register for the event in order to attend, and of course registration is free. We expect this event to fill up very quickly. Members of Adobe Flex User Groups and our Facebook group were informed of the event earlier, so if you’re looking for an inside track on future events, you should join a user group or the Facebook group.