Oh, this is very nice for all you Flashers. It’s free, it’s at the Barbican in London, and Jodie O’Rourke, who came to visit the Flash group this year, is speaking at it.
Date / Time: Thursday December 2, 2010
10:00 am – 7:00 pm
With all of the big announcements at the annual Adobe MAX conference in LA, we bring you a “Back from MAX” special where aim to cover the new tools and technologies announced at the conference… many of which are available for you to download and use right now.
Join us at the Barbican in London on 2nd December for a day of insight and inspiration. Topics will traverse the Flash Platform, from new features available to Flash Professional CS5, to building and testing mobile apps with Flash Builder Burrito and improved workflows in Flash Catalyst Panini. Learn how to easily target multiple screens, including Google TV and AIR 2.5 for TV devices.
Whether you’re just getting started with the Flash Platform, or consider yourself a pro, there’s something for you! There’ll also be giveaways galore!
MIKE JONES / SERGE JESPERS / MARK DOHERTY /ROB BATEMAN / JODIE O’ROURKE / PETER DOLUKHANOV / RYAN HALL
Free Tickets: http://flashcamplondon.eventbrite.com
First off, our next meeting will be on December 15th, topic and speaker/s to be announced.
We’re just finalising our dates for the next six months, so you’ll be able to block out those new 2011 diaries you’ve just bought. Yes, go on, you can come clean, you’re all using paper diaries aren’t you?
More immediately, next week sees a meeting of the Oxford Mac User Group, here, in Oxford of course.
When? Tuesday 9th November, 7:00 pm for 7:30 speaker.
What? Photoshop, getting to know it.
Gary Ombler, professional photographer, will be showing how to make the best of your photos. He’ll also look at some of the recent additions (some esoteric) that have recently been added and facilities that photographers have been yearning for.
Where? Physics lecture theatre in the Denys Wilkinson Building, Keble Road Oxford OX1 3RH. It’s on the corner of Keble Road and Banbury Road at the top of St Giles where there is usually plenty of parking .
How much? £2
If you have any requests for our Christmas meeting speaker/topic, please let us know asap.
Now go and be safe with fireworks.