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Archive for March, 2010


Flash Games Programming in NYC with Seb Lee-Delisle

Mar 31, 2010 Author: lisa larson~kelley | Filed under: Announcements

It’s not often an instructor will post their unedited feedback from a workshop or class… but that’s just what Seb has done for his Flash Games Programming workshop he taught in Brighton, UK recently. As you can see, attendees became raving fans.

Well, I’m happy to announce that I’m helping Seb bring this course to NYC, in association with the Flash and the City conference, May 13, 2010.

Flash Games Programming – NYC training course – Eventbrite

Flash Games Programming workshop learn how to make cool flash games in New York City!

Suitable for beginners to advanced Flash programmers, Seb will walk you through the creation of Flash games from basic concepts to completed projects. This is a rare opportunity to gain knowledge about game design, learn tips and tricks, and really understand how to make games that rock!

There is limited seating available for this one-day course, and as of this writing there is just one “super-early-bird” ticket left… so grab your seat!

Flash Games Programming – NYC training course – Eventbrite

Live chat about upcoming streaming workshop

Mar 4, 2010 Author: lisa larson~kelley | Filed under: Announcements, Industry News, Video Podcasts

Jan Ozer and I had a quick ooVoo video chat about our upcoming workshop, Streaming Production and Flash Seminar – March 23 in NYC. Watch it for more info about what we’ll cover!

Jesse Warden on OSMF, Adobe news, and skunked beer.

Mar 3, 2010 Author: lisa larson~kelley | Filed under: Industry News, Video Podcasts

The always-entertaining Jesse Warden (JesterXL) shares some pearls of wisdom and some insights on getting started with the Open Source Media Framework. Enjoy.


Lisa
Larson~
Kelley

Adobe Community Professional Author, speaker, developer, geek, mom.


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