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Away for the Holidays

Hello everyone,

I will be taking some vacation time for the next couple of weeks and therefore will not be responding to any comments during that time. Since comments are moderated (due to spam), they may not show-up until I check them over upon my return.

Merry Christmas and all the best in 2007!


Posted by Stefan Cameron on December 20th, 2006
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4 Responses to “Away for the Holidays”

  1. Cindy Barker on December 27th, 2006

    Hello Stefan:

    I have read your contributions to the Adobe FormBuilder site, and I was hoping that you could help me. I am looking for a consultant for a three-month plus engagement as an Adobe LiveCycle developer in Columbus, OH. Could you please refer me to colleagues of yours who might be looking for a new engagement, or are you avaialble yourself? I am a recruiter with Dedicated Technologies, Inc. in Columbus. I have a more complete job description available, so please let me know if you are interested, and I will be happy to send it to you. Thank you, Stefan.

    Sincerely yours,

    Cindy Barker
    Dedicated Technologies, Inc.
    614.460.3200 x.224

  2. Stefan Cameron on January 11th, 2007


    While I would be very interested in being part of this project in terms of getting an opportunity to get first-hand field experience with some of the products we develop, I am first a software developer. That means I can’t make myself available for prolonged periods of time.

    I’m currently looking into whether other Adobe personnel might be able to help out with this project and will let you know as soon as I have an answer.

  3. Hydar on July 13th, 2008

    Hello Stefan

    Could you post your mail in here?

    I want to send you a form in LiveCycle that I’ve designed, and contain a javascript that populate a dropdown box from a database connection with values.

    But the error is “null is not an object”

    Please I need help in this

    Thank you

  4. Stefan Cameron on July 17th, 2008


    That sounds like a JavaScript error. What’s the portion of the script that’s causing the error? If you look in the JavaScript Console (press Ctrl+J while in Preview), there should be a line number associated to the error which would tell you approx. where the error is.