Speaking at BOJUG, Blore on Flex with Java

I am taking a session on using Flex with Java at Bangalore Open Java User Group (BOJUG) meeting in Bangalore on 30th May, 2009 starting at 11:00 AM for 2 hours. Register here http://www.eventbrite.com/event/348287738 to attend this session.

Target audience:

1. Java/J2EE programmer interested in learning how to build rich internet applications

2. Java programmer interested in learning Flex

3. Flex programmer interested in learning how to communicate with Java servers

3. Heard about BlazeDS/LCDS, want to know more

Planning to discuss these topics

1) Quick introduction to Enterprise RIA with a few demos

2) Coding demos of how Flex connects to Java back ends

3) Building an enterprise dashboard using Flex and Java

Important : – Please don’t forget to register before attending the meeting, as only registered participants would be allowed inside the Adobe Campus due to security reasons.

Catch you all there🙂

2 Responses to Speaking at BOJUG, Blore on Flex with Java

  1. Thank you all for attending and making this session successful. It was great meeting you all. Looking forward to meet you all again.

    Please find the presentation and code samples at the URL below

    http://sujitreddy.g.googlepages.com/FlexWithJava.zip

    Flex and Java Rocks🙂

  2. Deepak MS says:

    Hi Sujit,

    I’m Deepak. I had come for this session for the first time. Wanted to speak with you, but had to rush home soon for some reason…😦

    Well, I just wanted to know if there is a Flex development team\teams(using the flex tool for creating applications and not the product (flex) development per se) at Adobe, Bangalore.

    Please let me know about this…….🙂

    Cheers,
    Deepak

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