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RIA with Flex Hands on Session at TechEd

If you are here at Community Day in Vegas, come join Matthias Zeller, Dan McWeeney, and myself for an RIA with Flex hands on session.  No Flex experience is needed.  You will learn to create your first Flex application and advance to consuming an ABAP web service.

We will be in the South Seas C room on the 3rd floor.  The first session will be from 11:30 – 1:50, and then we will be doing a repeat from 1:55 – 3:40.

If you didn’t make it to Community Day, I will be posting the session on the wiki after the sessions.

 -ewH

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      It's weird...I'm here watching you writing this blog...Nice session BTW -:D

      Greetings,

      Blag.

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      Is it worse that I am writing a blog during the session or that you are reading blogs during it?  Great to meet you, Blag.  Time to get to work! 🙂

      -ewH

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      For anyone who missed the Flex hands on sessions in Vegas and Munich, it is now available on the SDN wiki as a full tutorial.

      Consuming ABAP Web Services using Flex

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      And it's a pretty big tutorial -:O Thanks a lot for that -;)

      Greetings,

      Blag.

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      for the intro to Flex & Flexbuilder Ed & Matthias.

      This very moment I am reading the Flex Book grabbed at the hacker's night and searching the internet for ways to dynamically create DataGrids. What for? Hope to blog about it soon.

      cheers, anton

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      @Anton & @Blag - Thanks to both of you guys for coming to the session. It makes it a lot easier when I have super smart people in the room.  🙂

      Cheers,
      ewH