I’ve had a lot of requests to run my Flash MX 2004 Enterprise Development workshop in locations other than my home city, and now I will be doing so, starting at the FlashInTheCan conference in Toronto. If you haven’t already, you REALLY should check this conference out – they have 80 (!) top speakers, and its always a really great time (both for learning and for fun).
On March 31, April 1 and April 2 (the 3 days preceding FitC), I will be running this intensive workshop at the conference location. It consists of 24 hours of intense instruction on Object Oriented Programming, Analysis and Design, server communication, coding standards/strategies, and application development processes. The workshop is targeted at intermediate Flash developers who want to take their game to the next level. It will consist of theory, practical examples, and a guided project.
I have been running a trial version of this course locally, and the response has been phenomenal – I’ll post some comments in the next few days.
This workshop is limited to 20 seats, and we expect it to sell out, so corner your boss (this course WILL make you more productive) and jump over to http://flashinthecan.com/ to sign up. It’s only $999Cdn (~ $750 USD) until March 1st.
For more information and pre-requisites visit the FlashInTheCan site and click my ugly mug on the right hand side, or look under the “Details” section for “Extra: Workshop”. Or feel free to send me an email (contact link at the top of this page).