Meetup Discussions Tonight
Thursday, February 25, 2010 11:18 AM
We are going to keep it casual tonight at the meetup. A round-robin conversation.
Vince and I are speaking at NAB in a month and thought we could use some of our presentations as conversation starters, but feel free to bring up other topics
Creating a Facebook app - [4/12/10 2:00-3:15]
Learn how to create an application for Facebook in this introductory session. Create your first application, integrate with Facebook's API and publish it to your Facebook page.
Using Google Wave and Buzz - [4/12/10 3:30-4:45]
Learn how to utilize combined communication platforms such as Google Wave and Cisco to bring your email, wikis, blog comments, multi-media and chat into one location. Also learn about the newest addition to Gmail, Google Buzz. Learn to streamline corporate and project communication and what all the Buzz, Hype and Distain are about.
Emerging Web 3.0 Technologies You Need To Know - [4/13/10 5:00-6:15]
This annual session is back with a refreshed look at the latest and greatest web 3.0 technologies. Learn about social media from discussion boards to micro-blogging and the hottest trends and applications in social media and location based services.
Adobe Flash and Device Central - [4/14/10 2:00-3:15]
Learn how to make mobile Flash applications utilizing Adobe's device central. Learn how to research device settings and which version of the Flash platform that device will work with. Learn to use templates and publish mobile flash content using Flash CS4.
3 Ingredients to Make Your Video Go Viral - [4/14/10 3:30-4:45]
Ever wonder what it takes to make your video get 10,000, 100,000, 1 million views online? In this session we will analyze the key ingredients to making a video reach a large online audience. We will discuss how to produce, package and distribute video for online mass appeal and how to leverage the social cloud for marketing and business use.
Flash for Blackberry, iPhone and Android - [4/14/10 5:00-6:15]
iPhone has long shunned having the flash player on their phones. Some companies have made emulators but the apps are getting rejected from the store. Blackberry and Android however are embracing the use of the Flash Platform and you should too. Come find out how to make Flash CS4 applications for Blackberry and Android.