MAX 2009 Sessions About LiveCycle

MAX 2009 ended last week. By all accounts, LiveCycle sessions experienced a hitherto unprecedented surge in interest with many getting sold out. For those that couldn’t make it to MAX 2009 due to various reasons, here are links to those LiveCycle sessions that Adobe has published. For a list of all of the MAX sessions, see the MAX Session Locator.

1) What’s New in LiveCycle ES2 (Marcel Boucher, Senior Product Manager, Adobe Technical Marketing) – Duration 0:56

2) Developing for Information Assurance with LiveCycle ES2 (Jonathan Herbach, Adobe Senior Product Manager) – Duration 0:57

3) How to Architect Adobe LiveCycle ES into Your Enterprise Solutions (Danny Saikaly, Technology Practice Leader for Adobe Professional Services) – Duration 1:14

4) Understanding the Building Blocks of Adobe’s Solution Accelerator Program (Ashish Agrawal, Adobe Product Manager and Girish Bedekar, Adobe Solutions Accelerator Architect) – Duration 0:51

5) Enterprise Cloud Computing with Adobe LiveCycle Developer Express (David Tompkins, Chief Architect of LiveCycle Developer Express and Sven Claar, Adobe Advanced Technology Labs) – Duration 0:43

6) Effective Form Design for Developers (Angie Okamoto of Easel Solutions) – Duration 1:02

7) WCAG2 Compliance with PDF Forms (Charlie Pike of The Paciello Group) – Duration 0:58

8) PDF Inside and Out (Leonard Rosenthal, Adobe PDF Standards Architect) – Duration 1:08

9) High-Performance Real-Time Messaging with Flex and LiveCycle Data Services (Mete Atamel, Adobe Computer Scientist) – Duration 1:01

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2 Responses to MAX 2009 Sessions About LiveCycle

  1. Rob McDougall says:

    I have to say how impressed I am with Adobe’s coverage of MAX. I was unable to attend this year but I don’t feel like I missed out like I would have in previous years. Adobe TV rocks! I can’t believe that all the sessions are being made available… and for free!This shows a real commitment on Adobe’s part to help develop the skills of their customers and partners. Bravo!!!Rob

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