I’m excited to have gotten invited again to give a talk at this years Adobe MAX conference in Los Angeles, October 4-7th.
The session is called “Community Matters” and is not the usual technical talk I do but targeted at a more general audience. This is the official session description:
“Explore the broad landscape of active user communities for the entire Adobe product range, from open source projects using Flash technology to public bugbases and mailing lists to worldwide user groups and tutorial websites. We’ll look at the range of programs available, including both Adobe and third-party resources. Walk away with all the information you need to get involved and share your knowledge, network with fellows and make your life easier.”
I will mostly be discussing Adobe’s various community programs and how you can get involved, contribute and get the most out of connecting with the online community.
If you’re interested to attend, be sure to mark it in your MAX session scheduler — Monday October 5th at 2pm in meeting room 503 of the L.A. Convention Centre. Hope to see you there!