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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 http://www.adobe.com/cfusion/event/index.cfm?event=detail&id=451256&loc=en_us 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 http://labs.adobe.com/showcase/special/flexderby/ (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: adobe.breezecentral.com/r90735129/. If you are unable to attend live, we will be creating a recording of the session as well.

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