Thursday, April 9, 2009

April Remote Meeting: Flex Sesson Part I presented by Mark Piller, founder and Chief Architect of Midnight Coders

April Remote Meeting: Flex Sesson Part I presented by Mark Piller, founder and Chief Architect of Midnight Coders

Date and Time:
April 14, 2009 

This is a live remote meeting. The web conference link will be posted here once it is available.

Call-in Details:

After registering for the Webinar using the link ( ) you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the Webinar.

System Requirements
PC-based attendees
Required: Windows® 2000, XP Home, XP Pro, 2003 Server, Vista

Macintosh®-based attendees
Required: Mac OS® X 10.4 (Tiger®) or newer

Space is limited.
Reserve your Webinar seat now at:

Mark Piller is the founder and Chief Architect of Midnight Coders, an innovative and forward-thinking company specializing in products for RIA development, testing, integration and analytics. Mark has over 15 years of software development experience. For the past six years he has been specializing in building software infrastructure products designed to integrate Flex, Flash, and AJAX applications with a variety of backend systems, including .NET, Java, PHP, and Ruby on Rails. Mark is very passionate about ease-of-use of software and prides himself in creating technologies that clearly demonstrate that quality. 

Past presenting experience: 
Adobe MAX 2007 
Adobe AIR Bus Tour 
WebManiacs 2007 
Dallas Flex User group 
Denver Flex User group 
Silicon Valley Flex User group 
Seattle Flex User Group 
New York Flex User Group 
Dallas TechFlex 2008 

Flex Sesson - Part I

Live, Remote Event via Webconference

- Optimizing Flex client/server integration with Java, .NET, PHP backends 
- Testing and debugging Flex application

This two part session will provide an overview of various techniques and approaches developers can use in day-to-day activities for Flex and Flash application development, testing and runtime optimization. You will learn about ActionScript code generator for remoting and data management use-cases, learn how to create real-time messaging applications, see a demo of remoting invocation debugger and AMF traffic visualizer. Finally, you will see a demonstration of user behavior tracking and analytics in a Flex application. The session provides a lot of coding samples and API reviews. It is targeted at  a wide range of developers  ranging from beginner level to very advanced. Parts of the presentation will be useful for management folks and they are welcome to attend as well.

More meeting details at:


Mark Piller

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