Get started with Flex 4 with Sujit Reddy Adobe India Evangelist – April 10

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Adobe India Evangelist  (Sujit Reddy) will be  conducting a ‘Adobe Flex 4’ Tour foucing on getting the community get started with “Flex 4” and get everyone in sync with their “Designer/Developer Workflow”.

Topic(s) to be covered:

  • Flash Builder 4
  • What’s new in Flex 4/LifeCycle DS 3
  • Flex 4 Component Lifecyle
  • A peek at Flash Player 10.1 on Android

Date: 10th April, Saturday

Time: 1PM – 4PM  (15-30 mins for Questions)

Venue: 407 (4th Floor), SICSR, Model Colony (

Registration and Fees: This event is free. Anyone can attend. Register here.


Is this is a paid event?

No, It’s free for all, and for Devigner’s by Devigner’s.

Who should attend this?

Anyone who is a Flex/Flash enthusiast or looking to get hand’s dirty with this amazing tool for building RIA.

I am a student, am I eligible?

Technology never had any barriers, it does not ask us this question. If you are student, you should make a point in attending this event. It gives you a broader perspective on building web/desktop applications.

Can i follow this on Twitter?

To follow updates on Adobe UG Tour, watch on the following hastag #AdobeUGTour

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3 thoughts on “Get started with Flex 4 with Sujit Reddy Adobe India Evangelist – April 10

  1. I am a senior citizen aged 78 but I am very much interested in learning something new in “computers”; due to my weak disposition I will not be able to attend the April 10thlecture about FLEX 4 . Any way out ? Could this informative lecture be listened and read on the web ?
    Will you please reply ? I am conversant with the basic uses of a p.c. like emails, Internet, MS Office suite, etc.
    Dr.Joshi. April 08-2010.

    1. @Gaurav, I think it’s a workshop, but don’t know for sure.

      @Dr Joshi, No this lecture will not be appropriate for you. This involves advanced programming. For you, I’d suggest looking at some of the online videos at – there’s lots of interesting material there that you can watch from home.

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