One thing’s for sure- the Thursday keynote will be a great one, it’s the much-anticipated ‘sneak peek’ session of the event. I’ll be presenting one of those sneak peeks- of particular interest to Dreamweaver aficionados. No more details, though- just make sure to show up tomorrow and get the 411 in person. ;-)
That’s not to say that there haven’t already been some great sneak peeks onstage, of course. Tuesday’s keynote demonstrated slick integration between After Effects, Photoshop and Flash, Dreamweaver/Photoshop, and even a little look into the future of Fireworks (those annoying rumors of it’s demise were HIGHLY overrated, I might add). If you haven’t read Jen DeHaan’s recap of the event, you’ll want to do that right now.
Today’s keynote focused on mobile and Breeze/Acrobat, and again- Jen DeHaan wins the ‘most butt-kicking onsite reporting’ award for putting together an exhaustive rundown of the various topics covered in the Wednesday session.
What have I been up to personally? Aside from darn near running my voice rough talking to everyone I met in the hallways and sessions, my first session on Flash Video went really well. So well, in fact, that the ‘hallway cops’ had to kick out all the folks who had taken up perches in the aisles and side walls in my room. Sorry ’bout that, folks- but you can still catch the repeat preso session tomorrow (Thursday) at 10:30 am – right after the sneaks keynote.
I also was MC for the Dreamweaver ‘Meet the Team’ birds-of-a-feather session last night (Tuesday), which was a lot of fun- and we got hit with a lot of great questions/comments and general conversations.
Oh yeah- did you notice that Flex Builder 2 for the Mac is now available on Labs? Get it while it’s hot (and it’s scorching hot, I might add).
Anyway, I guess my lack of posting is more related to the amount of fun and ‘engaging experiences’ here at the conferences, but I wanted to at least post this quick update to let you know what’s going on from my POV here in Vegas. If you catch me in the hallways please come up and say hi!