Thanks to all those who attended my session earlier this afternoon. I will post answers to many of the questions that were asked and could not be addressed (due to shortage of time). Please navigate to the page titled — “Flex and Java” — and you will see these spread across multiple posts on that page.
If you are interested in Flex and are close enough to Milan Italy then you must not miss 360 Flex Europe. This 3-day conference is the place to learn about Flex and AIR from Adobe and community speakers. 360 Flex was the first Flex conference in the US, and now this one in Milan is the first European Flex conference! Don’t miss out, only €360. The conference includes over 35+ speakers/sessions and free hands-on “Getting started with Flex” training. More details can be found at http://360flex.com/360flex_europe
I am presenting on day 2 of the conference. The topic of my presentation is — “Flex integration with a few Java EE Scenarios”. I ran the same session at 360 Flex Atalanta on 26 February 2008. The feedback from that session confirmed that many people enjoyed the session and are interested in Flex and Java integration. If you are interested, come to the show and join me on day 2.
I presented this afternoon at the Adobe Developer Week 2008 — an online seminar that runs each day from March 24th through March 28th. The topic of my presentation was “Flex and Java — Tying the Knot!”. If you have come to any of my recent presentations at Flex Camp Chicago, 360 Flex Atlanta or AjaxWorld East 2008 you probably know that this is one topic that I have been speaking on frequently. In the next few months you will get to see more on this from me. My next stop is 360 Flex Milan and then Flex Camp Wall Street and The Server Side Java Symposium Europe follow.