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From Christofer Dutz <christofer.d...@c-ware.de>
Subject [FlexJS Summit] Preparing the schedule
Date Wed, 15 Feb 2017 21:25:12 GMT
Hi guys,

So, Rich just forwarded me the only application to our FlexJS Summit that entered through
the official CFP (which was ok because we were managing it ourselves anyway) ;-)
At least now I have the official Title of Justin’s “Something code quality and testing
[Zwinkern)] ” Talk, which we had on the confluence page [1]

So right now, it looks as if we were having the following schedule (including who said he
would do the talk):

-          Introduction to FlexJS (no one yet)

-          FlexJS with Visual Studio Code (Josh)

-          Testing Apache FlexJS Applications (Justin)

-          Building FlexJS applications with Maven (Chris)

-          Migrating from Flex to FlexJS (no one yet)

-          1.0 Discussion Round

-          MDL in FlexJS (Carlos)

There are still two slots that I think are important and should be covered (“Introduction
to FlexJS” and “Migrating from Flex to FlexJS”) … so anyone interested in doing this?
As I said in another thread, if it’s a financial Problem, please sign up for TAC and do
try to come. And the schedule isn’t in cement yet, but we definitely have to cement it soon.

So, could the ones in that list please confirm that they will be coming and doing the talk/session?
If yes, please send me the following details for the talk directly to me:
-          Official Title
-          Abstract
-          Audience (*)
-          Benefits to the Ecosystem (*)
-          Experience Level (*)
-          Author Name
-          Biography
-          Job Title (*)
-          Organization (*)

(*) Not that important, I’ll fill in default values (ok ... not for the job and the organization
;-) )

Chris


[1] https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/FLEX/FlexJS+Summit+2017
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