The first edition of the Flash and the City conference is 34 days away and thought I’d post a list of sessions I’m planning to attend.
Friday, May 14th
Ryan Stewart – Geolocation and Mapping with the Flash Platform
Ben Stucki – Reflex: The Future of Rich Internet Applications
Jeff Tapper – Flex 4 for Flex 3 Developers
Jesse Freeman & Jobe Makar – Real World Optimization
Carl Sorvino – Chasing the Muse – Inspiration and Creativity
Lisa Larson-Kelly – FMS:S Streaming and Beyond!
Saturday, May 15th
Kevin Hoyt – Flex + Phidgets = Beer
Branden Hall – HYPE: Combining Creativity & Code
Chad Udell – Hacking Robots for Fun and Profit
Joel Hooks – Robotlegs in the Real World
Kevin Schmidt – CFaaS-ColdFusion as a Service
Session Panel: Devices with Flash
Jesse Warden – Gaia Flash Framework
Christian Saylor – The Art of Storytelling
Sunday, May 16th
Seb Lee-Delisie – Space Invaders
Phillip Kerman – Thinking in ActionScript
Simeon Bateman – Getting Git
Stacey Mulcahy – Developing for the Social Media Douchebag
Wade Arnold – The Web’s Shortest path from A-Z is PHP
Jeffry Houser – Flex Components in the Real World
Duane Nickull – SEO Secrets, Technology, and Magic Behind Flash
Seriously, how cool is that lineup? Its not too late to join the party, at only $299 (or $249 for students) until May 7th and it includes a New York cruise and dinner and access to numerous activities in the city track. There’s also a great series of workshops on May 13th you can register for.
Also, don’t forget to nominate people for the Flash and the City awards! Be sure to leave a comment if you’re planning to attend.