This One Time… at Flex Camp…

It was all very last minute… but I managed to get myself on the attendee list for Flex Camp this Friday (27 July) up in San Fran.

Driving up from Redlands with the family and plan to make a weekend out of it. Flex Camp on Friday… Saturday and Sunday looking at potential house rentals in anticipation of the move in September.

Seeing as how I’m still relatively new to Flex, I’m hoping to get to S.F. in time for the Flex 101 session that starts at 4:00… but that’ll depend on how many potty breaks we have to make along the way (5 year old, 3 year old, 4 month old in the car). I’m still working my way thru the Essential Guide to Flex 2 with Actionscript 3.0 (which has unfortunately been slow going as of late), so I’m sure that attending the 101 session couldn’t hurt. Either way, I’m looking forward to the sessions that I do arrive in time to attend, and continuing my Flex education.

Anybody else attending? Drop me a comment if you want to meet up and be camp buddies :)

(Oh, and thanks to Scott Stroz for the blog entry title. You are my muse) :)

Write Some Coldfusion … Win a Nintento Wii from CFUnited!!!

I’m not really big on repeating blog entries that others have already posted (which is what everybody says right before repeating a blog entry that someone else has already posted), but I felt that this one was worth (re-)mentioning.

How cool would it be to write an open source ColdFusion application that benefits the community? Very cool you say?

How about if you wrote an open source ColdFusion application that benefitted the community and got free admission to CFUnited (the premiere ColdFusion conference)? Very cool but c’mon, Charlie. stop pulling my leg, you say?

How about if you wrote an open source ColdFusion application that benefitted the community and got free admission to CFUnited (the premiere ColdFusion conference), and got a free Nintendo Wii? Very cool, but c’mon Charlie. You’ve been sniffing the dry erase markers again, you say?

First… don’t judge. I like the way sniffing the markers makes me feel all tingly in my extremities. Second… it’s all true.

Between now (whenever you happen to be reading this) and June 5, submit an open source ColdFusion application that duplicates the functionality of a current commercial application, and you could win not only free entry to CFUnited 2007, but also your very own brand spankin’ new Nintendo Wii!

Full contest details and entry form can be found over at Ben Nadel’s blog.

Are you still here? Go! Go read about it on Ben’s blog! Time’s a-wasting! Where the %##$ is my green marker?

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