25  Feb
360 Flex Atlanta

Well, I’m here at 360 Flex in Atlanta that’s about to kick off this morning. It officially kicked off last night at the party, but the meat and potatoes starts today. After talking to quite a few of the other presenters, it looks like I have to start a blog. I couldn’t sleep, so here I am at 5:50am writing my first blog entry.

I own my own company called Swift Mako Software. Don’t bother clicking the link. I haven’t had time to set up a real website. It’s just a logo draft. I primarily consult for Simplified Logic, Inc., but also write some of my own code in my spare time.

My presentation is on Wednesday right after lunch on a software licensing product called Nitro-LM. It’s a first of its kind licensing tool that I developed a Flex/AIR client for. It’s been around for about 3 years in the Java/.NET/Eclipse circles, but this is the release of the interface for Flex. It’s got some really neat features and stuff, but I’ll save that for a future post.

The Omni hotel pretty much rocks. Here is a shot of the view of olympic park from my room.


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