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My presentation from 360|Flex – Getting the most out of Axiis

On Wednesday I presented “Getting the most out of Axiis” at 360|Flex. I made some pretty significant changes to the slides between when the thumb drives were prepared and the actual presentation. The new slides are available here. During the talk I demonstrated some of the major features of Axiis through a series of code […]

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I’m speaking at 360|Flex!

I’m pleased to announce that I will be speaking at 360|Flex next month alongside some of the best talent in the Flex community. I’ll be filling the time slot that originally belonged to Tom Gonzalez with a session titled Getting the most out of Axiis. At the last 360 Tom gave a talk that accompanied […]

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My app was just on TV

CNN just did a piece on the influx of people into DC for the inauguration.  Several of the tools the CATT Lab has developed are going to be used to help manage the traffic problems that are guaranteed to crop up as a result. Embedded video from <a href=”” mce_href=””>CNN Video</a> It’s a quick spot, […]

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How to check if you’re running a debug swf

There was a brief thread on flexcoders recently about how to check if an swf was built for debugging or for release.  With this check you can build all sorts of debugging diagnostics into your application and then compile an unaffected release build without changing any code. There is no built in way to perform […]

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Presenting at DC’s World Usability Day Event

Today is World Usability Day, and this year’s theme is transportation. I’ll be presenting the work I’ve been doing at the CATT Lab at DC’s local Usability Day event. The title of my poster is Real-time and Historic Incident Visualization Using Timelines, and it describes an application that allows users to understand everything that has […]

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Hello, Flex Community

I’ve been doing Flex development for a while now, and I think it’s about time I started participating in the community.  I’ll be posting all kinds of Flex-related work, so something interesting is bound to pop up eventually. Who am I?  I’m a computer science graduate student at the University of Maryland, College Park, and […]

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