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May 13, 2006

Announcement: Breeze Best Practices eSeminar Series

I’m very excited to announce the start of a Breeze Best Practices series. This eSeminar series, which will being on Tuesday, May 23rd, is designed to help Breeze users and IT administrators get up to speed quickly on a variety of topics.
First up – Best Practices for Using Curriculums in Breeze Training, which will be delivered by Randah McKinnie.

Please see for complete details and to sign up for the sessions.

And, of course, if you miss one, they will be archived as OnDemand seminars.

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May 10, 2006

Announcement: Flex Developer Derby extended

You might think What the heck is the Flex Developer Derby? – it is a contest hosted by Adobe, to uncover/identify/discover great applications developed with Adobe Flex 2.

The basics:
– Applications must be developed using Adobe Flex 2. Click here to download it.
– Contest will close on June 30, 2006. All submissions must be received by this date.
– Six winners will each receive a 42-inch Samsung Plasma TV plus a Microsoft Xbox 360. (Hey – if I knew Flex, I’d enter the contest myself to win these gifts for my son, who is enjoying himself — a bit too much for my taste — in college!)
– Contest entries must be submitted to (also – all the small print required by US Law is available there as well)

Good Luck and I hope that one of our Acrobat/PDF developers is a winner!

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May 2, 2006

Learn more about Adobe LiveCycle 7.1

Mike Potter has mentioned this seminar in his blog– but I wanted to ensure the Acrobat community was equally aware of this virtual meeting (using Breeze) to outline the 7.1 changes.

The session will start at 12:00 Noon ET tomorrow and last between 60 and 90 minutes. URL: If you are unable to attend live, we will be creating a recording of the session as well.

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