Flash Camp Atlanta 2009

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Where has this year gone? It's already August, which means Flash Camp Atlanta 2009 is right around the corner. If you're looking for a quick way to gain some insight into the Flash Platform and learn some new tricks, Flash Camp is a great one-day conference with a talented speaker lineup.

The speaker lineup includes a keynote from Greg Wilson of Adobe, with sessions presented by David Tucker, Jesse Warden, Carl Smith, Leif Wells, Douglas Knudsen, Ben Stucki, and Christian Saylor. All of the sessions share a common theme: "Enabling the Convergence of Art & Science With The Flash Platform."

The full-day event is happening on Friday August 28th at the GeorgiaWorld Congress Center in downtown Atlanta. If you haven't signed up yet, this is a great opportunity to get together with fellow professionals and learn a thing or two about the craft. It's a little too late for the early bird pricing, but the tickets are still reasonably priced for a one-day conference packed with content.

For some additional information, here's what a few other people have to say around the blogosphere: Doug Knudsen, Russell Brown, and David Tucker.

Disclaimer: I'm employed by Universal Mind, an elite group of technologists who excel at solving the difficult challenges of building an optimizing rich internet applications, and also the primary sponsor of Flash Camp Atlanta 2009.

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