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Re: [Tampa-ColdFusion-User-Group] Good News

From: Matthew Z.
Sent on: Saturday, November 21, 2009 4:21 PM
Thank you, Aaron, and congratulations to all who have made this possible.  This is great news for all of us!  There is a pseudo "Adobe Group" here in Orlando called "Adogo" (http://adogo.us) but unfortunately it's not very active (sigh).  I know, secondhand, what it takes to get this type of recognition from Adobe so it is absolutely important to me that we continue to partner with Adobe and maybe some day have MAX right in our back yard!

There is a great deal of value in being an active member in the community and I would love more than ever to be able to attend these meetings but it's just too far of a drive from Orlando to Tampa.  Is there any theoretical possibility of moving the meeting a bit closer to Orlando so that members living in central Central Florida can take advantage of these meetings?  If that's not possible, can we push the meetings up to 7PM so that I (and others) have time to drive to the meeting after work?  Sure there's webcasts but nothing compares to face-to-face interaction with likeminded people.

There are so many great things going on in the Community for Adobe Designers and Developers (CFADD pronounced "Sea-Eff-a-Dee-Dee"; just made it up, couldn't resist, sorry) it is just too exciting to sit back and be another sheep in the herd.  I have the desire to be a driving force in taking these technologies to the next level and with a community of folks that share my same passion, we can be unstoppable.  Take Flex, Flash, AIR, and "Slider" along for a ride with CS4/CS5 and you've got yourself a money making powerhouse of infinite technological capabilities.

Thoughts?

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On Nov 21, 2009, at 3:08 PM, Aaron Greenlee wrote:

I wanted to take a moment to let members of the Central Florida Web Developers User Group know that we are now an official Adobe User Group and we have our first Sponsor--GCA Technology Services!

Adobe...
Adobe will provided software for broadcasting and archiving our meetings on the Internet. They will also occasionally provide giveaways (software) to our members! Who could NOT use a copy of CS5? Plus much, much more!

GCA Technology Services...
We also have our first sponsor! GCA Technology Services has agreed to sponsor our events and will be announcing training benefits for our members soon. If you don't know who GCA Technology Services is, they are a premier provider:



GCA Technology Services also sells hardware/software and implements Identity Management solutions. So, if you or your organization needs any IT services or tools you should think of GCA Technology Services. Let them know you are a member of our user group! GCA Technology Services has earned a great reputation and can help you with all your needs from training on Java Training and MySQL to providing complex IT solutions.




Our Next Meeting Is December 1st
We hope to see you at our next meeting in Tampa 12/1 at 6pm. We continue to meet the first Tuesday of the month and hope to provide quality presentations at each meeting.

Respectfully,

Aaron Greenlee




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