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Flex Fundamentals

Our local sister group, The Philadelphia Flex User Group is kicking off 2009 with the first of what may turn into a series of meeting that will focus on the basics and fundamentals of working with Flex. If you are coming from the Flash world, and just havent wrapped your head around Flex yet, or coming from an entirely different background, this might be one of the better meetings to attend. More details below:

Location: Wharton at UPenn, Room G60.
Date: Thursday, January 15th, 2009
Time: 7-11 PM
Prizes: Books, Shirts, etc

I don't even think this info has gone up yet on the Flex User Group site, as it came together over the holidays on the mailing list for the group - which you can sign up for here: http://groups.google.com/group/phflex?hl=en

Also, don't forget our Flash focused mailing list available here:
http://lists.pfpaug.org/mailman/listinfo/pfpaug

Our next official meeting, is going to be near the end of the month, and will be a roundtable style event, which will focus on a recap of 2008, info from Adobe MAX 2008, and plans for 2009. More info to be posted later this week.

Posted: 01.13.2009 - 08:05am
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