Adobe plans to make a stop in Chicago for their North American Flash Tour. Adobe evangelists Mike Chambers and Lee Brimelow will both be on hand to talk about the future of Adobe Flash and what's new and upcoming for the technology, which is widely used for online advertising, as well as the videos you watch on YouTube.
The Flash Tour will be taking place this coming Wednesday, May 16, 2012 from 6:30p.m. to 9:00 p.m. and will be held at the Leo Burnett offices at 35 W. Wacker Dr. in Chicago. There are only a limited amount of free tickets remaining for this event, so if interested be sure to register before they're gone!
This event is with the Chicago Adobe User Group, so you must get a ticket and register for it. For more information and to register, visit the event page here:
A detailed description on the Adobe speakers and topics being discussed can also found on the event page.
This topic of Flash's future roadmap is an important one on many peoples' minds that are in the interactive and advertising industries, so this is an event not to be missed for those who are curious to hear what's in store for Flash (which continues to be a big technology used for online advertising - although other recent technology options are making advertisers combine different technology to achieve richer media results).
Jay Yearley, the writer of "Media Tech Connection", will also be present and cover the important topics discussed that night. They will be re-posted here in detail after the event if any of you Chicago technology and fellow Flash enthusiasts aren't able to make it that night!