2010 Hemant Khandelwal's ColdFusion 9 Deep Dive
Hemant Khandelwal is the ColdFusion Engineering Manager. DZone chatted with him at MAX 2009 about ColdFusion 9, and posted the video interview entitled A Deep Dive into ColdFusion 9 (as a follow-up to my own interview with them).
2009 What Adobe Products Were Used To Create Avatar?
At MAX 2009, producer Jon Landau talked about the creation of the new hit movie Avatar. In this Adove TV segment he explains how Photoshop, InDesign, Lightroom, After Effects, Premier, and Connect, were all used in the creation of the movie.
2009 My Chat With ZDNet Australia
When I was in Australia last month I had the opportunity to sit down with Chris Duckett to chat about ColdFusion, Flash, MAX announcements, and more, and the video is now online on the ZDNet Australia site. And it actually turned out pretty well (yes, I am somewhat surprised, this was basically moments after landing after flying in from the U.S., talk about hitting the ground running!).
2009 Lee Brimelow Shows Building iPhone Apps With Flash
At MAX 2009 we announced the ability to create native iPhone applications using Flash CS5. And now fellow Adobe Platform Evangelist Lee Brimelow has posted a superb video tutorial explaining how to do just this.
2009 Check Out The Avatar AIR App
MAX 2009 attendees were treated to a sneak preview of Avatar (which is due in theaters worldwide on December 18th, 2009). And now the Avatar AIR desktop application is available for you to download! CNET calls the app a must-see, and I agree!
2009 Christian Cantrell On AIR 2 Storage Volume APIs
AIR 2 adds support for the detection of storage volume mounting (for example, when your digital camera is plugged in). Kevin Lynch demoed this functionality at MAX last month, and now Christian Cantrell has posted a demonstration that shows how this all works.
2009 Drunk People At Adobe MAX 2009 Video Posted
This episode is definitely worth watching!
Did Dan Heick really comment on my haircut?!?!?!
2009 RedMonk Covers FedEx Custom Critical App
One of the most talked about MAX keynote demos was the FedEx Custom Critical shipment tracking dashboard as presented by FedEx's Adam Mollenkopf. And now RedMonk's Michael Coté has posted an interview with Adam where they look at the app, discuss the business case, and explain why the solution was built on the Flash Platform and powered by LiveCycle Data Services.
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2009 MAX 2009 Keynotes And More Online
In case you did not get to watch the MAX 2009 keynotes, or if you want to review them again, visit the MAX 2009 online site. Adobe Evangelist Ryan Stewart is your host, and you can watch both keynotes and select sessions.
2009 Gartner's Mark Driver Is Impressed With ColdFusion
Gartner's analyst Mark Driver (who joined us at MAX this week) has posted some thoughts on ColdFusion and is very impressed by what he saw this week.