- When: 27.05.2008 19:00
- Where: Adobe Systems Austria, Vienna TwinTower, Wienerbergstrasse 11, A-1100 Vienna
Christoph Atteneder, "Adobe Flex 3 - Engaging User Frontends"
Christoph has over 5 years experience in Adobe Flash technology and is acting as technical leader for a group of developers at bwin Interactive Entertainment AG. In his professional carrier he worked more than three years as a Flash developer in a Java and .NET environment and with Adobe Flex 3 since its first beta release.
Flex is a highly productive, free open source framework for building and maintaining expressive web applications that deploy consistently on all major browsers, desktops, and operating systems. In this session you will learn how the technology works and the benefits are.
Dieter Hovorka, "Next generation of RIA Technologies"
Dieter has over 20 years experience in IT related subjects. For Adobe Systems he works now since over 3 years as Sr.Systems Engineer and assists solution findings in the pre-sales cycle with the focus on technology platforms and enterprise solutions.
The Adobe® AIR(tm) runtime lets developers use proven web technologies to build rich Internet applications that deploy to the desktop and run across operating systems. As part of the Adobe Technology Platform the Adobe AIR runtime is free distributed software across platforms like Windows, MAC and Linux.
Markus Struberg, "The Git SCM - a little bit of git"
Markus has 15 years software development experience and came across a wide range of SCM systems (PVCS, CVS, SVN, Continous and a little bit of Clearcase and Perforce). He is using git for a year now and recently contributed the maven-scm-provider-git for the Apache Maven project.
Git is a next generation Source Code Management system written by Linus Torvalds himself. Git is used for large projects such as Linux kernel development, KDE and X but can be easily applied to small projects just having a few files also. Compared to classic SCM systems (CVS, SVN) git is strictly decentralised and self-organizing thereby requiring a slightly different mindset for version control.