Here are my slides for any AELs who want a review. May be useful for others who write online as well.
The recording of my Adobe MAX 2011 session “From Desktop to Mobile: Application Functionality for Small Screens” is now up on Adobe TV.
Slides are also available below.
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.
What is Runtime Expectations?
Join Ben Farrell, Adrian Pomilio, and Bucky Schwarz as they broadcast live from Cuban Revolution in downtown Durham, NC with a beer in one hand and a mic in the other. They’ll be covering all the aspects of software development that compel them to put a beer in that first hand. Shows feature both live guests and call-ins.
An interview I did with The Flex Show, back in December 2010, is now available!
On the show, we talk about the use of Flex in higher education – specifically focused on projects I’ve been involved in at the University of Denver. We also go over the Adobe Education Leader program and chat about the wider Flex-in-education community. There is even some talk on mobile application development, the implications of tablet computing in education, and even some AIR for TV!
Listen here: Flex in Higher Education: The Flex Show Episode 132
I am a huge supporter of Industry and Higher Education working together and am happy to see this article finally see the light of day!