Tuesday, September 07, 2010

LiveCycle@MAX pick of the week!

This week, I have selected what could be one of the single best sessions at MAX 2010.  Not only is this session extremely relevant to a lot of enterprises as they migrate some enterprise functionality to mobile, it is also taught by my long time friend and business partner Matt MacKenzie along with Stacy Young.  For those of you who do not know Matt, he is an extremely talented architect and probably the smartest developer I know.  Stacy's credentials are simply too long to list and is every bit as talented at Matt!

Matt came to Adobe with me as part of the Adobe acquisition of Yellow Dragon Software and has moved steadily up the rungs of the LiveCycle team.  He is now heavily involved in the outreach of core LiveCycle functionality to mobile platforms.  This is a session I want to attend and trust me, this will sell out fast.  Register today here if you plan to attend.  This one already has a second session added due to popularity and IMO will fill up fast.  

The Mobile Enterprise (click on title to see the official listing)

Registration LINK HERE

Hear from product experts and discover how you can extend your enterprise to iPhone, iPad, Android, Windows Mobile, and BlackBerry devices by leveraging the Adobe LiveCycle Enterprise Suite platform. The session will include best practices for integrating business processes, accessing shared content, and developing forms for use on mobile form factors.

Tracks:    Develop
Audience:    Architect, Partner Decision Maker, Web Developer, Application Developer, Business Decision Maker
Skill Level:    General Audience
Product:    LiveCycle ES
Speakers:    Matt MacKenzie, Stacy Young
Tuesday, October, 26th, 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm
Wednesday, October, 27th, 8:00 am - 9:00 am

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