CodeBass Radio: Runtime Expectations Interview with Joseph Labrecque

Adrian Pomilio interviews Joseph Labrecque at 360|Flex in Denver, CO – April 2011. I was interviewed for the Runtime Expectations internet radio show while at 360|Flex in Denver. It was great chatting with Adrian and we touched upon many subjects over the course of the interview. Some of the topics discussed during the interview include: music composition, book and tutorial authoring, the AEL and ACP programs with Adobe, mobile development, teaching technical subjects, and the sad state of tech journalism. I encourage anyone interested to  check out the other interviews from 360|Flex including John Wilker, the Nielsen Company, and Mollie Rusher of On3! What

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Speaking on Mobile Workflow at D2W!

Thrilled to announce that I will be speaking in the mobile track for the upcoming Designer/Developer/Mobile Workflow Conference (D2WC)! One of my goals for this year was to attend and present at a few conferences that I’d never been to before; as I think it’s important to move beyond ordinary paths every so often. Well, so far I am attending 360|Flex and speaking at D2WC and Ignite Denver – so this goes a long way to fulfill that goal. I’ll hopefully be able to make my regular appearances at the Adobe Summer Institute and Adobe MAX (including the FITC Unconference)

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Progressing beyond the Desktop at Universities with Adobe AIR

My Adobe MAX 2010 session recording and slides are now available for viewing. Join Joseph Labrecque from the University of Denver as he demonstrates the various features of Adobe AIR 2 and AIR for Android and how they can be used in a university setting. Learn how the university is leveraging AIR to expand and supplement a host of university projects and applications. Labrecque will preview new AIR projects he is working on and share his experiences with the AIR for Android prerelease for building mobile applications on campus. Progressing beyond the Desktop at Universities with Adobe AIR View more

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My Adobe MAX 2010 Agenda

Here follows my planned schedule for Adobe MAX 2010! Promises to be an excellent series of events. If you cannot make it to MAX this year, the keynotes will be streamed live and recordings of all sessions will be viewable on demand after the events. Note that I’ll also be covering the conference for ActiveTuts+ via Twitter during the entire conference. *my sessions :) SATURDAY 6:30 – Adobe Education Welcome Reception for the Adobe Education Summit and Adobe Design Achievement Awards SUNDAY 8:30 – MAX EDU: Education Summit at MAX Welcome 9:00 – MAX EDU: The Adobe Experience 9:45 –

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Using Collaborative Media Services with Flash in University Applications

Presentation at the Adobe Education Leader Institute, San Jose, CA. 11:15am.-12:05pm. Wednesday July 28. 2010 Joseph will demonstrate how the University of Denver is leveraging the Flash Platform across the campus community to allow collaboration between students, faculty, and staff in a number of our web applications. Connectivity to Facebook and Twitter services will be covered as well as specialized collaborative services in University applications like CourseMedia™ and the tracking of targeted activity through Google Analytics APIs. Using Collaborative Media Services with Flash in University Applications View more presentations from Joseph Labrecque. (I know the audio isn’t the best, apologies!)

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Mobile Outlook 2010 – Where Are We?

Roundtable presentation at the Teaching with Technology Conference, Boulder, CO. August 11, 2010 – 11:10 a.m. We are currently experiencing what will probably be the largest technological shift since the introduction of the internet onto our campuses for widespread use. Powerful mobile devices are expected to increase at a tremendous rate at universities and elsewhere in the world over the next few years to the point that many activities now done via a desktop machine will be enabled on hand-held devices. This holds great promise but also much uncertainty – so where are we now? Mobile Outlook 2010 – Where

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