We hope to have many guest speakers, but here are some of the folks you’ll be hearing from on a regular basis:
Raymond Camden is a Developer Evangelist for Adobe. His work focuses on web standards, mobile development and ColdFusion. He’s a published author and presents at conferences and user groups on a variety of topics. Raymond can be reached at his blog raymondcamden.com, @cfjedimaster on Twitter, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Michaël Chaize is a Developer Evangelist at Adobe where he focuses on Web & Mobile Application development, Gaming and Digital Publishing. He believes that intuitive user experiences are key to the successful development of effective, efficient, engaging, easy to learn and error free applications. Before joining Adobe, Michael founded a software company and taught RIA languages such as Flex and PHP in IT engineering schools. He’s the editor in chief of Appliness and the creator of the mobile game Smart Aliens (http://smartaliens.com/)
Christophe Coenraets is a Technical Evangelist for Adobe where he focuses on the Web Platform, Mobile Applications, and Enterprise Integration. In this role, Christophe has helped some of the largest financial services companies design, architect and implement some of their most mission critical applications. In previous roles at Adobe and Macromedia, Christophe was a member of the initial Flex team, and worked on JRun, the company’s J2EE application server. Before joining Macromedia, Christophe was managing Java and Web Evangelism at Sybase and Powersoft. Christophe has been a regular speaker at conferences worldwide for the last 15 years. He blogs at http://coenraets.org, tweets at @ccoenraets, and codes at https://github.com/ccoenraets.
Alan Greenblatt is the Group Manager for Online Evangelism at Adobe, where he focuses on Web standards, and Web and mobile application design and development. Prior to joining Adobe, Alan designed and built many large web-based data integration systems for organizations such as NATO, Airbus and State Street bank. Alan was the VP of Engineering and Semantic Technologies at Metatomix where he holds patents associated with that work. Alan led a team of developers in the development and release of Vizact, an animation authoring tool, part of the Microsoft Office 2000 suite of tools. Alan co-founded Anyware Fast, a 3D graphics software consultancy which was acquired by Dimension X, and subsequently acquired by Microsoft. Alan blogs at blattchat.com and tweets at @agreenblatt.
Andrew Trice is a Technical Evangelist with Adobe. Andrew brings more than a decade of experience designing, implementing and delivering rich applications for the web, desktop, and mobile devices. He is an accomplished architect, team leader, speaker and published author. He specializes in object oriented principles, mobile development, realtime data systems, GIS and data visualization.
Piotr Walczyszyn is an Adobe Developer Evangelist responsible for messaging around Web Standards and Adobe Platform technologies like PhoneGap/Cordova, Adobe Flash and Adobe AIR. He is the author of a technical blog at outof.me and riaspace.com. Piotr specializes in mobile cross-platform applications development. He also has a strong background in enterprise architectures like JEE and .NET Framework.
Greg Wilson, Director of Evangelism at Adobe, focuses on the use of Adobe technologies in enterprise applications. Some of these technologies include web standards, digital publishing, Flash platform and anything mobile app related. Prior to joining Adobe, Greg architected and developed many large-scale, complex applications at Verizon, Motorola, NASA/Boeing and others. He co-founded Q-Link Technologies which was acquired by Adobe in 2004.
As Senior Worldwide Creative Cloud Evangelist for Adobe, Paul focuses on workflows that empower designers and developers to create amazing interactive content for multiple platforms. Paul has been an Adobe Certified Instructor and courseware creator for over a decade. A writer and prolific trainer, Paul has earned top author status at Lynda.com as well as his own tutorials on www.paultrani.com. See what he’s up to lately by following him on Twitter @paultrani