It’s been a while since I posted here, but I thought this was definitely worth it. As a subscriber to the Adobe Flex team blog, I just got an email notification that they’re looking for topics for the Flex 3 Cookbook from O’Reilly Media.
What does this mean to you? Well, if you want to be published by one of (if not the) best technical publishers out there, this is your chance! All you have to do is head over to the Adobe Flex Cookbook online (http://www.adobe.com/go/flex_cookbook), post an entry (do a quick search first to make sure it hasn’t already been covered), select “Yes…” in the “Interested in future publication of your post?” section and that’s it.
The main authors of the O’Reilly Flex 3 Cookbook (Josh Noble, Todd Anderson, and Abey George) will go through each submission and consider your post for the printed version of the Flex Cookbook. If chosen, you can get your name, URL, and a brief bio printed in the book.
You can head over to the Flex Team blog site for more details, and topic ideas.
Recently I’ve started posting some of my examples from http://blog.flexexamples.com/ into the Adobe Flex Cookbook site, and so far I think it is absolutely fantastic! I’ve learnt some really great tricks and tips from other users and look forward to seeing what other people contribute. In fact, this weekend I should go through and migrate more of my blog entries over to the Flex Cookbook and see if i can get them published into the O’Reilly book!
Good luck, and happy Flexing!