How was MAX?

Plenty of other folks are writing about what went on at MAX, but I just wanted to say that I had a great time meeting the folks behind the emails and hearing about some of the things that people are doing. Many of the presentations should be online in the next few days, available at minimum for MAX attendees, not sure if they’ll be available to the general public.

For those of you who attended the Flex sessions I’d love to hear what you thought. Did we cover enough? Should there have been more detail, less detail, more advanced, less advanced? Some people told me that they thought the sessions could have been longer with the amount discussed, though the ones that I attended didn’t end up having much in the way of questions and ended on time. So I’ll be curious to see what people thought and what we can do to make the sessions even better next time around.

Thanks to all who came by. Now get back to work and start using 1.5 🙂

3 Responses to How was MAX?

  1. Vinny Timmermans says:

    > available at minimum for MAX attendees, not sure if they’ll be available to the general public.Matt, MAX did not fit in my schedule this year. This will definitely be the case for lots of others as well. If MM is really dedicated to raise the level of Flex knowledge in the community and spread best practices, the presentations should be made available online for everyone interested.Best,VinnyP.S. If you can’t publish them all, then just publish yours, Stevens, Alis and Dirks 🙂

  2. I thought yours, Steven’s, Allistar’s, Christophe’s, and Dave;s? were the best.I think some sessions need to be longer as some information was overwelming… as I attended some seesiosn twice just to take it all in…Overall, very very pleased with MAX and this was my first time there.

  3. Peter Ent says:

    The sessions that went the best were focused on very specific issues. Those that covered complex topics needed more time.I think next year a clear track of beginner and advanced will be necessary. People will always want to know about optimization, handling large amounts of data, skinning, custom components, and so forth.