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From Doug Arthur <dougart...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Webinar: Moving from Adobe Flex to HTML5 and Sencha
Date Fri, 27 Jan 2012 05:15:55 GMT
On Jan 26, 2012 9:39 PM, "Ted Patrick" <ted.patrick@extjs.com> wrote:
> Hello Apache Flex. My name is Ted Patrick, I run developer relations
> at Sencha and formerly worked at Adobe on Flex as an evangelist and
> have used Flash since it was FutureSplash and Flex since 1.5.
> I thought I might clarify some things...
> We launched a marketing campaign to talk to Flex developers about
> exploring Sencha frameworks for HTML5 application development. Prior
> to my joining Sencha, a document was created to compare Flex vs ExtJS.
> The document was written 6 months ago and contains inaccuracies in
> time and author perspective. Yesterday Jeffrey pointed out the PDF to
> me on twitter and highlighted some inaccuracies. Rather than have an
> inaccurate document create confusion, defensiveness, and conspiracy
> theories, I had the document removed. I am rewriting the document from
> scratch to be launched during the webinar.
> I have a deep respect for Flex, it is great technology. Flex brought
> me great personal success and I am a better software developer for
> knowing and evolving with it. (End of sentence)
> Within the upcoming webinar (
> ) and throughout our campaign you will not hear me (or anyone else at
> Sencha) say one negative thing about Flex. We will be focused on
> exposing Sencha's frameworks to Flex developers looking to embrace
> HTML5 for applications. Simple as that.
> If you have any questions or complains, please reach out to me
> directly at ted.patrick@sencha.com.
> My only ask is... Please stay laser focused on making Apache Flex kick
> Regards,
> Ted Patrick
> Developer Relations
> Sencha

Hi Ted,

I just want to extend my thanks for your response here. I'm excited at the
opportunities we will have with Apache Flex, and how Sencha can advance my
skills, and the potential it has to impact this project and vise versa.

Good luck to you at Sencha, and see at the webinar!

- Doug

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