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"Real-World Flex" — Flex 2, the Flash Player, ActionScript and More

Eric Anderson Surveys the Flex 2 Product Line at SYS-CON Events' inaugural "Real-World Flex" Event

With its free features, such as the Flex SDK, Flex 2 uses Adobe's ubiquitous Flash Player as its runtime, which is why Adobe can confidently predict millions of users and 1,000,000 developers. That, according to Flex Product Manager Eric Anderson (pictured), is the key to understanding the potential of Flex: it is going to have the widest reach of any other technology in the world.

Anderson's talk was particularly useful for anyone wishing to master Flex Data Services, and his demos were well received by the completely full Grand Ballroom at SYS-CON Events' "Real-World Flex" One-Day Seminar.



Adobe's Eric Anderson, Flex Product Manager at "Real-World Flex" in New York, August 14, 2006

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