WHAT: The Atlanta Macromedia User Group User Group April Meeting
WHEN: Thursday, MAY 5, 2005 from 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
WHO: Justin Beals – “So you want to start a business?”
Leif Wells – “FAME: What it is and why you should be using it.”
WHERE: Sidereus Group Conference Room
600 Embassy Row
Atlanta, GA 30328
(written directions below)
ABOUT THE SESSIONS
So you want to start a business?
I had a long discussion with Justin Beals about folks I knew who were returning to their freelance-working ways. It’s been a long time since our economy has been preforming well enough that the thought of starting your own business wouldn’t completely freak you out. At the end of that conversation, Justin said “I hope these people know what they are in for.” I said “Why don’t you tell them?”
Justin Beals, owner of Roundbox Media — a company that has thrived over the past five years — will let you in on some of his successes and failures at setting up and running an business in the interactive industry. If you are serious about starting to freelance or starting your own interactive shop, bring pad and pencil (and perhaps a helmet) to this illuminating session.
FAME: What it is and why you should be using it
Jesse Warden coined the name: Flashout, Actionscript 2 Plugin, MTASC Compiler, and Eclipse. Now I am a convert. If you are sick of using the Flash Actionscript interface to develop serious Rich Internet Applications (RIA), then take notice! Tired of needing 20 windows open just to get all your work done? Need an integrated environment where you can edit Java, Actionscript, XML, and also view your server’s
Leif Wells, your AtlMMUG Manager, will show you how to streamline your development process by using a few Open Source tools (and a couple of inexpensive add-ons). We’ll take you through the somewhat complicated process of installing these items and then show you how to make it work for you.
From GA-400, take Exit 5A for Abernathy Road. Head East (toward
Take a LEFT at the first light after GA-400 on Peachtree-Dunwoody Road.
Take a LEFT at the brick sign that reads “Embassy Row”.
Building 600 is on the RIGHT and you may park anywhere and enter from
the front or back.
The meeting will be on the first floor.
The doors will be locked, but people will be watching the doors. If
you are late and need to be let in, please call my cell phone at