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Boston Flash Platform User and Design Patterns and Beer at Brightcove Group

The Flash platform user group at the Brightcove office has been going through a bit of an identity crisis lately. The sessions used to be focused on design patterns, but lately we've been veering off into the general Flash platform territory. This has led to some great talks, but it's a little confusing. It can't be called the Boston Flash Platform Group, as this is an offshoot of the meeting in Brookline. So how about my name in the title of the post? Everyone will remember BFPUDPBBG.

In any case, the group is always looking for good speakers, whether it's talking about design patterns, a new open source project you're working on, or anything else you can dream up about Flash and Flex. Want to talk? Send an email on to boston.flash.platform@gmail.com, and Sam Robbins (or if he's busy, Doug Martilla or me) will get back to you.

Want to learn more about the group? Join the mailing list, which will also tell you about the meetings in Brookline.

We're always happy to welcome new people to the group, whether for one meeting or every month. You'll always learn some new things, have some pizza and beer, and can join us at Characters after the meeting. Check the mailing to make sure, but they almost always occur the first Wednesday of the month at 7pm. They're at the Brightcove office, which is right near the Kendall Square subway at One Cambridge Center. Just go inside the building and tell the security officer why you're there. You can then go up to the 12th floor and someone will let you in.

Comments (2)

When is the next meeting held? And where? I will be glad to visit it.

Hi Diana, we'd be happy to have you there! The information for attending is in the last two paragraphs above. If you subscribe to the mailing list, you'll get the meeting times and info.