Since the release of Adobe Flex 2 in June of 2006 Flex has steadily gained popularity among developers because its power and cross-platform support. Flex has an easy to learn programming architecture and Flex Builder is a development tool that can help developers becoming productive quickly.
If you have read any of my blogs you know that I am (and have been for sometime) a staunch supporter of Adobe Flex. So why am I mentioning this now?
If you ever though about wanting to learn Flex 3, this is your chance to learn … at a very affordable price. On April 14 I will be teaching a one-day intensive course for web developers who want to learn how to create and support Adobe Flex enterprise applications. They will learn all about Flex 3 fundamentals, Understanding Layout and Navigation, Using States and Transitions, and retrieving and displaying data. All important techniques, pitfalls and know-hows will be revealed and explained.
The class will be held at the TeraTech Training Center at TeraTech in Rockville, MD. Visit the class schedule page at An Introduction to Flex 3 to get more information.