06/15/099 02:01:05 PM
It's almost time! Tomorrow night at 7:00 we are hosting a special event: Adobe's 2009 user group tour promoting the next versions of ColdFusion and Flex, as well as the first version of Bolt, Adobe's new IDE for developing ColdFusion applications:
Continuing a long tradition of innovation, Adobe is pushing the boundaries of the Adobe Flash Platform with exciting new releases for Flash, Flex, and ColdFusion designers, developers, and administrators. Join us as Adobe’s Josh Adams presents the future of ColdFusion, Flex, and more! On the ColdFusion side, Josh will talk about the upcoming releases of ColdFusion (currently known by the code name Centaur) and the highly anticipated first ColdFusion IDE from Adobe (currently known by the code name Bolt). You’ll learn about exciting new features and discover how Centaur and Bolt will accelerate your ColdFusion application development. On the Flex side, Josh will talk about the next release of Flex (currently known by the code name Gumbo). You’ll see product feature demos and learn how Gumbo breaks new ground for not only developers but also designers as it powers the design, development, and testing of rich Internet applications and content. And of course, Josh will explain and demonstrate the power of ColdFusion and the power of Flex working together!
We're pulling out all the stops for this event, so there will be plenty of food and drink, swag to give away, and also a raffle for a software license, where the lucky winner can choose from a number of valuable products, including the Creative Suite 4 Premium bundles, Flex Builder 3 Professional and ColdFusion 8 Standard.
Please note that this event will be held in a different room than our usual location for our meetings. This time out we will be in room P2-7 of building 98 (the C/L/A building), the meeting room for Cal Poly's Academic Senate (item #20 on the second page linked below):
Map showing building location on Cal Poly campus
Map indicating room location in C/L/A building
As school is not in session this week, no parking passes should be required to park in student lots -- just avoid anything that is labeled as faculty or staff parking.
We hope to see you all there!