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"Real-World Flex" by Adobe's Christophe Coenraets

Tips and tricks from Adobe's intrepid Flex Evangelist

FMS tested over SuperUMTS connections
By Fabio Sonnati
November 22, 2006

Finally I successfully tested SuperUMTS (HSDPA) performances in terms of bandwidth, latency, websurfing, and stability. In Italy, 3 firms offer SuperUMTS: Vodafone (70% of population coverage), TIM (48%) and 3 (60%). I chose to try Vodafone because I have used extensively and with satisfaction its UMTS service ... Read More

Foo Lessons: Kamishibai
By Bill Scott
November 22, 2006

Back in the summer I had the opportunity to attend Foo Camp '06 at the O'Reilly offices in Sebastapol, CA. Foo Camp is a loosely organized gathering of folks that O'Reilly invites to flock together for a weekend of discussions, impromptu sessions ... Read More

Data Federation and Integration
By Ian Thain
November 24, 2006

With every release of Sybase WorkSpace we find new products, from the Sybase group of products, integrated into the Workbench ISE (Integrated Service Environment) ... Read More

Maybe there's hope for non-Microsoft / Java IDEs after all?
By Bruce Armstrong
November 24, 2006

After months of talks with potential suitors, Borland decided not to sell off the tools division, but to spin it off instead ... Read More

Extended DateField
By Jeff Tapper
November 28, 2006

Someone was asking on the FlexCoders list today about having a date field, where clicking into the TextInput side allowed the user to type in a date ... Read More

MS from the Inside and the Developer Community from the Outside
By Patrick Hynds
November 29, 2006

My good friend, Eileen Rumwell, has started blogging. Her blog is something I plan to keep watching especially since in the short time it has been up she has already thrown out some great insights. The really cool thing is that having com ... Read More

Profitably Running an Online Business in the Web 2.0 Era
By Dion Hinchcliffe
November 29, 2006

One of the things I'm doing this week is preparing for a presentation at Web Builder 2.0 on how to monetize mashups in Las Vegas next week. Consequently, I've been pulling together notes, talking to mashup creators, and studying ... Read More

Update on Apollo (m2 release)
By Mike Chambers
November 30, 2006

Sorry for the lack of posts lately. I have been traveling a lot (Korea Max, and now in Europe), as well as focusing on an internal Apollo release. I wanted to make up for the lack of posts though by ... Read More

"Social Commerce" Makes It Into Wikipedia
By Jeremy Geelan
December 3, 2006

Sim Simeonov finally did it. Earlier in the week he noticed that Wikipedia didn't have a page for social commerce, so now he has created one ... Read More

YouTube says "broadcast yourself" ... so I did!
By Alan Williamson
December 4, 2006

My first footsteps into the world of online video. Recorded a tutorial for Blog-City on how to use YouTube within your blog ... Read More

BEA Workshop Studio 3.3 * Now Available *
By Bill Roth
December 4, 2006

I am pleased to report that BEA Workshop Studio 3.3 is now available. The primary new feature with this release is a feature called Web Folder Mapping that allows you to assemble your source files in a folder organization that matches the needs of you ... Read More

ISUG - 2007 Board
By Chris Pollach
December 5, 2006

The International Sybase User Group announces their 2007 board ... Read More

Managing the UI
By Steve Bryant
December 6, 2006

Peter Bell has an interesting series on "Architecting Your Views". As usual, his thoughts are very interesting and inpsired me to share my own views on the matter ... Read More

Ruby released for Symbian OS
By Jim Liddle
December 6, 2006

Symbian is releasing Ruby for Symbian OS to the Open Source software developer community. Ruby for Symbian OS brings the power of the Ruby programming language to the Symbian ecosystem. The package includes the Ruby source code (based on Ruby 1 ... Read More

Presenting At 360Flex
By Ben Forta
December 6, 2006

I just confirmed that I'll be attending, and presenting at, 360Flex, a new Flex conference scheduled for March 5th-7th 2007 at eBay's Town Hall Center in San Jose, CA. Other Adobe presenters include Matt Chotin, Ely Greenfield, Ted Patrick, Christian ... Read More

Running ColdFusion MX 7 on Fedora Core 6 Linux
By Steven Erat
December 6, 2006

There's been a lot of talk about how to run ColdFusion MX 7 on Ubuntu Linux, but I haven't seen much about running CFMX on Fedora Core 6 Linux. While both are officially unsupported for use with ColdFusion by Adobe, as a hobbyist you might enjoy wo ... Read More

Ajax presentation for the Scottish CFUG
By Rob Gonda
December 6, 2006

I'm speaking tomorrow for the Scottish CFUG, nevertheless, free and open to whoever wants to join us. It will be a Adobe Breeze, sorry, Adobe Connect presentation, very similar to the one I did for the Boston CFUG back in September, but I will slow ... Read More

Using Google for translating texts
By Yakov Fain
December 7, 2006

If you are learning a new language or just want to read some Web pages written in a foreign language, use Google ... Read More

Fusebox and the future
By Sean Corfield
December 7, 2006

Update: read the full press release from TeraTech about this transition. Hal Helms just made the following announcement in the latest issue of his Occasional Newsletters (not yet posted to the site at the time of writing, only distributed by email): ... Read More

Ulysses Agenda: Modeling SOA over an ESB for tons of acronym-based fun!!
By Kevin Hoffman
December 7, 2006

Some of you may have noticed a similarity between UA's network design and ESB implementations that embrace SOA concepts. This post illustrates how the design and implementation of Ulysses Agenda is simple, yet extremely extensible. Thanks to ESB/SOA ... Read More

More Stories By Christophe Coenraets

Christophe Coenraets currently works as a Senior Technical Evangelist at Adobe. Before joining Adobe, Christophe was an evangelist at Macromedia, focusing on Rich Internet Applications and Enterprise integration. Prior to Macromedia, Christophe was the head of Java and J2EE Technical Evangelism at Sybase, where he started working on Java Enterprise projects in 1996. Before joining Sybase in the US, Christophe held different positions at Powersoft in Belgium, including Principal Consultant for PowerBuilder, and Manager of the Professional Services organization. Before joining Powersoft, Christophe worked as a developer and architect on several retail and BPM projects. Christophe has been a regular speaker at conferences worldwide for the last 10 years.

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