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Adobe AIR SQLite Development in the Real World
Date and Time
May 19, 2011 07:00 PM - 09:00 PM (GMT-6 Central Time US & Canada, Guadalajara, Mexico City)
The University of Texas at Dallas School of Management Rm. 1.502 800 W Campbell Rd Richardson, TX
Paul is a Senior User Experience Developer for Dedo Interactive, Inc., designing and developing interactive touch-based experiences for clients. Previously he worked for Adobe with the AIR and ActionScript/Flash Player teams, and before that as a web applications developer. He is an Adobe certified developer and has been an author and technical editor/reviewer of ActionScript-related books for Peachpit Press and O’Reilly. Apart from his work, Paul spends his time taking pictures, collecting kitchen gadgets, and attempting to match his three children’s knowledge of Lego, Star Wars trivia, and other important subjects.
Almost any real application needs to store data, and usually that means using a relational database. In the real world, building an application that uses a database is a complicated, even messy business. Complicated and messy mean slow and inefficient. This presentation is about the libraries, tools, techniques and workflow for developing AIR SQLite applications (learned through lots of trial and error) that help me work faster and better.
7:00pm - 7:15pm : Announcements
7:15pm - 8:30pm : Adobe AIR SQLite Development in the Real World
8:45pm - 9:00pm : Open Question and Answer
Drinks and Meetup Afterwards
Always, make sure to RSVP and spread the word!
UTD Campus Map: http://www.utdallas.edu/map/ You will notice in the bottom right the building marked "SOM". That is the School of Management (also shown in the legend).
Building Map to SOM 1.502 http://www.utdallas.edu/locator/?externalKey=LocSOM_1.502
Once on UTD:
Make sure to enter the school via "University Drive" on Campbell Road. From this main drive you will get to the courtesy officer and be able to get a parking pass.
You can park in Lots J, Q, or M (around the building) as long as you park in a "Green" or "White" space. The curb and bumpers at the school are painted the colors. This information the parking officer will also give you when you head on campus through the main entrance - through University, shown at the bottom of the map.
Once in the SOM (there are no time restrictions on the doors) there are signs and directions to the different numbered classrooms from any entrance, at that point it should be very easy.