Roundarch Sponsors 360|Flex in DC

Recently, the Chicago Flex users group raffled off two tickets to the 360|Flex conference. I was lucky enough to be one of the winners! The conference will be held in Washington DC this year, from September 19th – 22nd.

This year Roundarch will be one of the sponsors alongside Adobe, O’Reilly and APress to name a few. As well as sponsoring the event, Roundarch will have a booth set up for the many social events in between the scheduled seminars and workshops. Roundarch rock stars Adam Flater and Jesse Freeman are also scheduled to speak.

I am very excited to have the opportunity to attend this unique community event and there will be a lot to gain from it. This conference provides an exceptional opportunity for Flex novices, and ninjas alike, to learn from community experts and industry leading engineers. With the tremendous line up, attendees will also have the rare opportunity to meet the authors of the great blogs and articles that we as developers come to rely upon.

Some of my top level goals:

– Be a sponge and absorb as much knowledge as possible.

– Heckle Adam and Jesse during their presentations (just kidding)

– Meet Doug McCune, because he is hilarious.

– Represent Roundarch!!!

Stay tuned for my detailed re-cap after the event. For more info on the conference see the links below.

About 360|Flex

Schedule

Speakers

Chicago Flex

Chicago Flex(LinkedIn)

“360|Flex is the first and still the best Adobe Flex developer conference in the world.’”

http://www.360flex.com/schedule/

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