Getting these episodes out to you has been difficult lately, so I am going to be doing a little less production work on them to get them out faster. What that means is that I will be doing less intro and getting straight to the speaker, and also not doing quite as much with the questions. If they aren’t listenable, I will cut them. Getting the speaker’s content out to you is my primary concern.
This third episode is from the session by Kevin Schmidt, and he gave a talk about uploading files in Flex. I’d say more, but really, his title says it all. It was an informative and detailed demonstration, and I recommend you take a listen.
This second episode is from the session by Kevin Hoyt, he is an evangelist with Adobe, and gives the keynote for the first day of Flex Camp Chicago. He talks about the Flash platform, what is upcoming for Flex and tools for designers to create user interfaces that work with Flex so that the developers don’t need to figure out how to do them as non-designers. For those of you who are designers and developers it looks like a great workflow improvement.
I did try and capture the questions this time, so you will hear some differences in the background noise levels as I normalize the audio to get the questions to be audible. They are still hard to hear some times, but most of them should be understandable without killing your ears.
If you have any questions or comments about the podcast recordings, feel free to contact me at http://vandermore.com. If you have questions for the presenters, most of their contact information can be found on the Flex Camp Chicago website, http://flexcampchicago.com.
I hope you enjoy the sessions, now on with the show.