Like it or not, the future of software distribution is here, and the company so many of us depend on to do our work, Adobe, has adopted the new model completely. Now that the Creative Suite has been replaced by the Creative Cloud, you need to know what this means going forward—especially if you're one of those who does not or did not upgrade every time a new version of the Suite came out. Which is most of us.
You may have read a number of negative comments on different forums around the web when Adobe made the move earlier this year, but depending on your perspective and your needs, it isn't all bad, and in fact there's a lot that's good about it.
So if you haven't made the move over to Creative Cloud yet and want to get the low-down, the ins-and-outs, and maybe get a few questions answered, come find out at this meeting. And if you have made the move and are willing to share your experiences, please come and contribute, we'd love to hear how it's working out for you.
For anyone wanting to see it in action, I'll have one of my computers there, with the original version of Creative Cloud. (The newest version won't run on my machine, despite what Adobe's system requirements say. See, that's one tidbit right there.)