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I'm really pleased to announce that next week we have organised a really special event with Terry Ryan, Adobe evangelist and author, who will be coming to speak to us about the HTML tools and new creative services offere by Adobe for building the modern web.
The event has been posted on the HAUG site (http://hertfordshire.groups.adobe.com/index.cfm?event=post.display&postid=44906) but you will need to register at the Eventbrite page to ensure your place is booked (and so I can track attendance numbers):
This is open to anyone who wants to come along and find out the latest from Adobe and their continued push to assist with HTML5 development and creative projects for the web. Please let your colleagues, friends, relatives and mild acquaintances know!
I look forward to seeing you next Wednesday evening!
Dearest HAUGers, we've had little (no) events over the last few months due to various reasons.
Plans have been slow but sure to move the group into a decent, regular meeting place with tech equipment and facilities to hold presentations / hack evenings / discussions etc. Whilst this is still being finalised, this will also mean extra promotion for the group and an increase in membership numbers.. the more people we can connect with, network with and learn together from, the better (at least that's what I think).
So, before we push to the bigger, better space and more people than we can shake the proverbial stick at, I wanted to get together with everyone to have an informal social meetup. We can use it to restart the group (version 2.0, baby) ask advice and input from each other on what we all want to get out of the group and how we can achieve that together, and to lay out plans for the future.
Although I want us to grow, the core members (you guys) are the foundation of the group. Without your original interest, this group would not be here. It's your group, and I want to make sure that together we build it up to be an amazing resource, a place to learn and experiment with new tech and ideas, and a great place to hang out and get social every once in a while.
So, hands up who is ready for the next round? Let's get this group reanimated and kicking back into action! When do you want to meet? Preferred day of the week? Preferred time of day? Beer? No beer? Choices... over to you!
Yesterday, Adobe held their first Create The Web event in San Francisco, unveiling a lot of new features, updates and amazing tools to help creative professionals build stunning HTML apps. You can check out the keynote on html.adobe.com (and while you're there, check out the awesome CSS filters and new toys on the site too)
The Create The Web event is coming to London on Tuesday 2nd October. You can register for this free event here: http://createtheweblondon.eventbrite.com/
Following that, on Wednesday 3rd October, there is also a Brackets hackathon - a free event with sessions in the morning outlining the Brackets app and infrastructure, followed by an open hackathon in the afternoon to build custom plugins etc for the code editor. So, if you know HTML, CSS and JS and want to learn how to build awesome plugins for Brackets, head on down to London on Wednesday too: http://bracketshackathon.eventbrite.com/
So much going on in the world of the web. Be a part of it and lead the way :)
A very exciting day in the Adobe-sphere. At 10am Pacific Time today (18:00), Adobe will be launching Creative Suite 6 and the Creative Cloud.
There are plans afoot to showcase the products and features available in the latest release of the creative suite in a future meeting, but to catch up on the latest news, tune in to watch the live launch event:
Creative Suite just got a heck of a lot sweeter!
Adobe MAX is back this year, returning to the Los Angeles Convention Centre and Nokia Theatre at L.A. Live between 1st - 5th October 2011.
Registrations are now open for the event and for those of us outside of the US, registering now can get you a $400 discount from the ticket price for a full conference pass (using the discount code INT100)
For more details on how to register and to see what sessions are available, please view the official release from Adobe: http://mail.adobe-direct.com/v?xnJvlHTElTPccWcv
Thank you to all members who took the meeting survey. The results helped us to arrange a meeting based upon the general preference and feedback from you.
Hello to all HAUG members!
We're gearing up for the first meeting and wanted to ask for your input for preferred meeting days/times in a bid to try to pick a day that best suits as many of you as possible; we're nice like that.
Please take 30 seconds (literally) and fill out this survey so we can collect your preferences:
Please fill out the survey asap (no later than Wednesday 6th April @ 17:00)
The Hertfordshire Adobe User Group now has a Twitter account as another avenue to provide information and 'stuff' relating to meetings and events.
If you're on Twitter, make sure you befriend @hertsaug :)
Welcome to the inaugural post from the Hertfordshire Adobe User Group, and thank you for reading!
The group is in the process of being set up and details confirmed, and we're looking to kickstart the new year and enter 2011 with regular meetups and group updates.
Who is this group for? Any developer, designer, creative thinker or anyone with a passion for learning new techniques and technologies.
We are based in St Albans, and aim to host the meetings primarily in the St Albans / Hatfield area, but are open to changing the location on occasion to suit our members.
We'll be finalising the details for when / where we will be meeting up certainly in the first few weeks of January 2011.
Ideally, we want to have your feedback and input on meeting locations. We have a few in mind that need confirmation, but ideas and suggestions are always welcome.
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