Capital Area Flex User's Group Reminder

Just a quick reminder that we are holding the postponed Capital Area Flex User's Group(CAPFug) meeting from last week tonight, Wednesday, December 12th, onsite and broadcasting live via Adobe Connect!

Theo Rushin will be talking about "Working with the SQL Lite Database in Flex on AIR" and Samer Sadek, AboutWeb Software Architect, will present on "Using ColdFusion with AIR".

The first presentation will start at 6:30pm here at the AboutWeb Office and as always, free pizza, sodas and snacks are provided during the social break between sessions.

For live broadcast: http://adobechats.adobe.acrobat.com/capfug1207

Capital Area Flex User's Group(CAPFug)
AboutWeb Office
6177 Executive Blvd
Rockville, MD 20852
(301) 468-9246

AboutWeb Looking for a Web Designer

We at AboutWeb are constantly looking for talented professionals that make a difference!

We are currently seeking a Web Designer with 3+ years experience developing and implementing CSS layouts and working with XHTML that also has an eye for design. Experience with a combination of the following technologies: Dreamweaver, Flash, XML, HTML and JavaScript is helpful as well. Basically, we are looking for this person to help develop the front end for a number of our ongoing projects and work with our other developers, myself included, to make sure everything comes together on the applications we’re building. Some of the work will need to follow 508 compliance regulations so experience along those lines is a plus. This position is full-time in our Rockville headquarters. There may be print work involved as well so any familiarity with logo and graphics would be helpful.

A Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Graphic Design or related field is preferred but not required.

For immediate consideration or if you have any questions please contact Jim Archy directly at 301-468-9246 x 103 or email him at jarchy@aboutweb.com.

MS Security Warning

So as most of you have heard by now, Apollo Alpha is out. So like most of you, I went to the labs site to download this latest and greatest treat from our Adobe friends. In the process, I got this really interesting Security Warning:

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So it's obvious that even if I trust adobe.com by placing them in my trusted list, Microsoft still feels that they should warn me about exposing myself to this "security risk". Corporate interest? or just coincidence? I'll let you ponder and make your own decisions...

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