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FitC Toronto 2008 is coming up…

Mar 11, 2008 Author: Lisa Larson-Kelley | Filed under: Announcements

… and you don’t want to miss it! I’m presenting a new session “Flash Video Voodoo“:

For everyone who’s ever struggled to create a full-featured video player, or to just get a darn video to play back in Flash, this session is for you. Lisa will share her collection of tips, tricks, secrets, and little-known facts about working with video in Flash; hopefully making your life a little easier — and your video projects a bit flashier!

Flash in the Can is always a vibrant, information-packed conference, and this year promises to be better than ever. (It’s also reasonably priced, which is a plus!) Here are the details… hope to see you there!

5/5/08 UPDATE
My apologies to those who were looking forward to my talk at Flash in the Can. For those of you who attended, you know I couldn’t make it this year. For more details, see the next post…

I’m now an “Adobe Community Expert!”

Mar 8, 2008 Author: Lisa Larson-Kelley | Filed under: Announcements

Adobe is really making developer relations a top priority these days, so they’ve opened up a few more spots in the Adobe Community Experts program… and I’m proud to announce that I’ve been invited into the fold!

The program is made up of Adobe customers who are committed to sharing their knowledge and expertise with the community. That’s me! In the coming months, I’ll be getting even more involved in the Adobe Developer Center; publishing additional podcasts, tutorials, and whitepapers; and keeping you up-to-date here on my blog with new developments in video on the web.

Pretty much what I’ve been doing, but now with a shiny new badge on my webpage. 🙂

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