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@SConForms at Adobe MAX 2009

It’s hard to believe but only 48 hours remain until I find myself in Los Angeles heading to the LA Convention Center to check-in at the MAX 2009 conference. Before I head down there, I though I would share a few final details that might interest you.

Whether or not you are heading to MAX, Twitter is a huge part of MAX this year:

  • Though I have yet to follow the masses, I will attempt to tweet at @SConForms;
  • You can check-out what people are saying about MAX by searching for the #adobemax tag (and if you tweet about MAX, you should use the tag as well!); and
  • Each of my labs will have designated Twitter tags, #adobemax49 (Oct 6, 3:30-5pm, PST) and #adobemax357 (Oct 7, 11am-12:30pm, PST), so that attendees can collaborate, ask questions and give feedback.

The MAX Resources page has even more Twitter details, including other ways to follow MAX like FaceBook, the MAX Blog, flickr, etc.

For those of you who can’t join us this year, Adobe has just launched the MAX Online site where you’ll be able to watch live keynotes and the top 3 daily sessions.

Here’s to an awesome MAX conference this year and Happy Canadian Thanksgiving! I’ll be back to my blog as of Oct 19, after taking a little bit of time off following the conference.

Posted by Stefan Cameron on October 2nd, 2009
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2 Responses to “@SConForms at Adobe MAX 2009”

  1. Laura Sheldon on October 19th, 2009

    I wanted to see if I could ask you a specific question about Access. Please let me know before I lay it all out here.

    Thanks! Laura

  2. Stefan Cameron on October 19th, 2009

    Laura Sheldon,

    You can most certainly ask a question about Access however, before you do, have you tried looking at my tutorials on connecting a form to a database, selecting specific database records and displaying all records from a database? They may already have the answer to your question. If not, please feel free to ask!