WE'RE EXCITED! Aquent is proud to have sponsored video capture of the 2010 FITC Toronto show this year, and we're now thrilled to share the HOTTEST videos from the show with you!
If you're not familiar with FITC, and you want to know ANYTHING about Flash, then you're going to want to learn more. If you ARE familiar with FITC, then you already know you don't want to miss these awesome videos we'll be sharing through our blog as they go live. We'll also be sure to include an overview of each video provided by FITC so you can watch the ones you like over and over again.
Filmed at FITC Toronto 2010, April 25-27, 2010
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Mark Anders is an Adobe Fellow focused on making Flash a great platform for building the next generation of Internet user experiences. Most recently, he has led the creation of Adobe Flash Catalyst, which enables designers to easily create interactive applications and work more productively with developers. Mark has devoted his career to helping developers realize their vision. Prior to Adobe's acquisition of Macromedia, Mark co-founded and led the Flex Builder Team as Vice President of Engineering, and before that worked at Microsoft, where he led the creation of ASP.NET from its inception in 1998 until 2003 as well as heading up the .NET.
Richard Galvan is the technical product manager for Flash at Adobe Systems. Formerly a senior field evangelist focusing on Flash, Richard has been educating and consulting customers about interactive media and Flash technologies since joining Adobe (formerly Macromedia) in 1999. He got his first taste of the web in the late 1980s, and has never looked back. Since then he has spent most of his time helping customers find ways to display their imagination and creativity on the web. Richard has presented to thousands of users, developers, and designers around the world, letting them experience what Flash has to offer, and helping grow and support the Flash community.
HUGE THANKS to FITC for partnering with Aquent once again to provide educational opportunities for our network and the entire Flash industry! And super thanks to Jay Casarin (editor, videographer, producer extraordinaire), who actually made the videos HAPPEN!