Monday, July 19, 2010

MAX 2010 Session of the Week!

Every week I will be highlighting a new session for MAX 2010. MAX 2010 will take place on October 23 -27th at the LA Convention Center and will feature an expanded LiveCycle ES bundle including tons of new materials and topics. All sessions and hands-on training will be done with the latest versions including such awesome improvements as Action Builder and the Service Discovery plug-in. I'll be teaching two sessions, which will be featured in a later post. Every week on Technoracle, we'll try to feature one new MAX 2010 LiveCycle featured promotion.

Here is Technoracle's featured promotion for MAX 2010 for the week of July 19, 2010:

Building Composite Rich Internet Applications

Join product experts and learn how to build an enterprise composite application using Adobe LiveCycle Mosaic ES. Discover how to assemble and integrate multiple enterprise applications on the client side while ensuring user interface integrity of your enterprise look and feel. You'll also learn how to include embedded collaboration to enable users to communicate while remaining within the application context.

Audience:Architect, Partner Decision Maker, Web Designer, Web Developer, Application Developer, Business Decision Maker
Skill Level:Intermediate
Speaker:Don Walling
Products:Flash Builder, LiveCycle ES
Tuesday, October, 26th, 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

As reported last week: It's no secret, LiveCycle ES developers are in high demand. Don't believe me, check out the barrage of "LiveCycle Developers Wanted" postings (297 results) on the Google LiveCycle Developers list. Some pay as high as $400/hour! If you want to put your tech career into high gear, you will definitely want to get the “LiveCycle@MAX” bundle, which includes LiveCycle preconference training and full MAX conference pass. THIS SOLD OUT EARLY LAST YEAR so book it soon. The 2009 preconference LiveCycle ES workshops even sold out faster than the Photoshop training.

Sign up for the LiveCycle @ MAX Bundle now:

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