Last minute change – speaking at FITC

Hi folks.

As it turns out, I will be speaking at FITC in place of Christian Cantrell*, who is on leave. Nominally, the talk is on Flex Builder, but I’d like to solicit your opinion — what should I be talking about? Is it worthwhile to have a one hour session focused purely on the tool? There is only one other Flex talk, which is a Flex overview given by Chafic.

The reason I am asking is that my gut tells me that spending 50% of the time on the framework and 50% of the time on the tool feels like the wrong balance.

* (footnote) This is ironic, because Christian was actually filling in for me, because I was originally unable to do FITC because of my schedule, which has since changed.

4 Responses to “Last minute change – speaking at FITC”

  1. Brian Lesser

    Hi Sho,
    I’m sure whatever you do will be interesting. My preference would be to see/understand more about the options for building large complex applications. For me a great talk would start with an outline of how a large application is put together and drill down into how a specific module is created, does its work, and is retired within the larger system.
    Yours truly,

  2. Robert Short

    I’m trying to figure out why I can’t do a simple hello world on a mac. I’m using X-code mac IDE and the Flex beta 1 mxmlc compiler worked fine. I remember I had to get the beta 1 framework from windows. I installed the Flex beta 2 SDK and the mxmlc compiler is not working? I’m not seeing the examples from the exporer samples I got from the Flex SDK beta 2. Is it flash 8.5?

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