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Next Event Coming in June and New ColdFusion User Group Manager

BEGIN UPDATE 07/09/08:
Just a quick update to this entry. We are moving this event to later this year to accommodate getting a bigger venue, and the fact that many of our members and potential attendees are on vacation or laying low during the summer months. We have lined up some great presenters and sponsors and will be announcing more details soon - thanks for your patience. We will be having a July meeting, but on our regular scale of events - details to be posted shortly.

Quick update regarding our next meeting topic and tentative timeline. We are going to be holding a video related event, getting into the nitty gritty with CDN's, Flash Media Server and a number of other Flash/video related items. The event is tentatively scheduled for the month of June and will be a bit bigger in scope and size of our regular meetings if all goes according to plan. We would have the event sooner, but planing something of this size takes a bit more time, and my wife and I were recently blessed with our second child on April 27th, so I'm taking off pretty much all of May to spend with family. When I have more info on the date and venue and other details I'll be sure to get out an update here and via our maillist.

Second item, our good friend Steve Rittler who has been the long time manager of the local Philadelphia ColdFusion User Group is stepping down as manager on May 29th, more info here and Chris Scott will be taking over as manager. Our hat is off to Steve and all the great events, and things he has done for the community over the years in his role as the manager since 2001! Well done Steve and welcome Chris!

Also, you wont want to miss Steve's final meeting on May 29th when he hands the baton to Chris - the topic is building a live chat with Blaze DS - and the speaker is Adam Lehman, ColdFusion Platform Evangelist for Adobe, this should be a good one, so come on out!

Posted: 05.09.2008 - 12:42pm
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