Refresh 2011 is aimed at developers and designers who are wanting to increase their knowledge and extend their reach to the growing range of connected devices. This year Refresh will be in Brisbane, Sydney & Melbourne and has a great lineup of content & speakers.
- Multi-device Multi-screen
- Flash Professional Future
- HTML5 and Open Web
- Adobe Town Hall
- Adobe Digital Publishing Solution
- Flash Builder (Burrito and Hero) Future
- Sneak Peeks and Prizes
Experience the best of Adobe MAX (recently held in LA) and hear from these leading industry experts in multi-screen delivery:
Who Should Attend
Developers and designers or anyone else with an interest in multi-screen delivery
More details here: http://www.adobe.com/au/special/adoberefresh2011/
For the 4th year in a row the Adobe Australia tech team are heading out around the country for the Adobe Refresh roadshow, and this year we’re even making it across to Perth!
You’ll have a chance to join Andrew Spaulding, Mike McHugh, Paul Burnett and me as we show you live demos of our favourite tools, discuss how you can use the technology to solve today’s problems, and have a chance to ask questions and network with people just like you. Continue reading
For the last week two weeks, Brian Chau, Andrew Spaulding and I have been traveling around Australia giving the web designer & developer community a “Refresh” on what’s happening with Adobe technology that is relevant in the web space.
For the keynote we covered a wide range of topics, starting with an overview of all the major releases that the Adobe Engineers have come up with in the last 12 months, including Flex 3, AIR, Acrobat 9, Acrobat.com, LiveCycle ES Update 1 as well as Creative Suite 4.
Demos shown include;
David Gilmour PDF – Flash Video recording inside a PDF.
Acrobat.com – Many things including free web conferencing!
FIAT ecoDrive – AIR application that talks with your car and tells you how you drive.
Telstra Business – Flex application used to choose a mobile phone.