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Flash On The Beach 2008 - Day 3 (updated)

October 05th 2008 | Jens C Brynildsen

How do you empty 2 bars in a night? Put on a Flash conference in a beautiful location, give attendees inspiring sessions and then throw a party where they can network until early morning. Up until now, FOTB08 has been a blast and day 3 was no exception. It also featured the most discussed session in the entire conference.


Flash On The Beach 2008 - Day 2

September 30th 2008 | Jens C Brynildsen

The crowd was up early, despite the party ending at about 3 in the morning at The Old Ship. Aral kicked it off in the the Dome and as always, the program is packed and it's hard to pick what sessions to go to.


FOTB 2008 Conference reports

September 29th 2008 | Jens C Brynildsen

It's that time again for the community to gather in Brighton. For three full days, 1050 attendees will enjoy inspiring sessions, networking and countless conversations over british beer. Many had arrived 2-3 days early, just to make sure they had time to party and catch up with friends before the conference kicked off. This just doesn't happen on other conferences and the community feel at FOTB is just amazing!


Flash On The Beach 2008 - Day 1

September 29th 2008 | John Dalziel

This years FOTB conference kicked off with a neat intro animation and a surprise from conference host John Davey - in April 2009, Flash On The Beach will go to Miami! The keynote by Richard Galvan was the first session of the event and the first time the final build of Flash CS4 was shown at a conference.


Heads up - there is a different conference in town

September 17th 2008 | Jens C Brynildsen

Putting on the worlds first major conference both on and about the web is no small task. Doing it online using Flash and driving it with Beta software can be an even bigger challenge. We talk to conference "head" Aral Balkan about the challenges setting it up, the ideas behind and what we can expect at the event.


Flash Community chat

September 17th 2008 | Jens C Brynildsen

Old Skool Flash'ers may remember the Central Dev Chat that was set up by Mike Chambers many years ago. It was a great place just to hang out and chat or get instant help with a problem you had. A month ago, Mike created a new chat that provided much of the same vibe, so come along and meet your fellow community members?