Vote if you want ridiculous amounts of detail at 360 Flex Indy

Okay, so I haven’t managed to post anything of value in a while but I am hoping that is about to change. Over the coming weeks and months, I plan to start posting ad hoc classes I have found useful or just little snippets that might save you some time. Hopefully, that will give you a reason to come back and visit.

In the meantime though, voting has opened up for 360 Flex Indy. Votes are being tallied for each session and, as I understand it. The top ones get presented. So, for any of you that enjoyed ‘Dense and Hot’ and ‘The Ties that Bind Us’ (aka Diving in the Data Binding Waters) you may want to log in and vote for my latest session ‘Any Which Array but Loose‘. Continuing the trend of ridiculous deep dives on Flex topics, I decided to tackle the various array types available with Flash Player 10. I am at a bit of a disadvantage though. Since I updated my description after the site launched, I seem to have lost any initial votes on my topic. If you vote, I do promise that there will be much more information presented then you could possibly want.

Also, Thursday and Friday, I will be at Flex Camp Chicago. A sold out event in Chicago with a lot of great speakers. For anyone who is attending, I will be hanging around for the balance of the days, so feel free to come up, introduce yourself and talk Flex. I will be happy to answer any questions I can or help you around a problem in code.


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