Archive for May, 2009

Come Strut Your Stuff at the San Francisco Flash Camp

For those of you who are attending the SF Flash Camp on June 1st (tomorrow), the Flex team wants to see what you’ve been working on. From 5 to 5:45pm, during the networking portion of the event, we’ll be available in the “Meet the Team” room for you to show off your projects. No need to go primp your applications or work on a presentation, it will be an informal gathering and demos should be less than 5 minutes – keep it sweet and simple.

Seeing the amazing work you all have been doing is encouraging to the team, so after the event we’ll be inviting back a few individuals to showcase their work to the larger team. We look forward to meeting you and seeing your demos.

Flex Bug Quash – Indy Style

Want to help improve the quality of Flex for yourself and others? Have a bug that you’re dying to have fixed? Come join the Flex Bug Quash on Sunday May 17th. You can participate either in person at the 360|Flex event in Indianapolis or remotely via Adobe Connect. We recently hosted the first Flex Bug Quash in Seattle and had quite the turn out with 180 participants, 2/3rds of which were remote. Prior to this event, in the 13 months that Flex has been open source, we had received 111 patches, in the Seattle Bug Quash alone we got another 57 patches from the community, bring us up 168 patches submitted. This event was a definite success and we hope to have an even better event in Indianapolis! This is a great opportunity to share your knowledge of Flex, learn from other leet Flex developers, and contribute to making Flex a better product. For more information check out bugquash.com.