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Plug In to the Web at India's Largest Adobe Conference

Shankar Jain
Bangalore, June 16, 2010: Adobe Flash Platform Summit, India's largest
Adobe conference, recognizes the blurring dynamic of the designer/
developer workflow, and features the latest developments on the Adobe
Flash Platform that is of utmost importance to both developers, as
well as designers. Based on the overarching theme Functional Intent
Meets Pixel Perfection, AFPS 2010 will feature a convergence of
thousands of developers and designers, Adobe community members and
Adobe teams from across the sub-continent, a diverse set of topics
ranging from the more technical Flash, Flex, AIR and processing to
pure design, mobile, and the coolest and best the industry has to
offer. The summit will be held 25 and 26 August 2010, at the NIMHANS
Convention Centre in Bangalore.

Homespun by Saltmarch Media, producers of Great Indian Developer
Summit and Developer March – India’s biggest and independent polyglot
conference and portal for software developers – this year's summit
will feature distinct tracks for developers and designers.

• Develop Day (25 Aug 2010) – content on this day will find immediate
resonance with Web Application, Desktop Application and Mobile
Application Developers from the world of ActionScript, Flex, Flash
ColdFusion, Java, PHP, .NET, including Game Developers. Architects
interested in creating multi-tiered enterprise systems that go beyond
basic RIAs will also benefit from signing up for this day.

• Design Day (26 Aug 2010) – will feature content for Application UI
Designers, Interaction Designers as well as designers who currently
specialize in web or video and want to expand their skills. If your
goal is to create interactive content, applications or video for the
browser, desktop, or devices using Adobe technologies, you will
benefit from signing up for this day.

Attend AFPS 2010 for the sheer value of the content! No other
conference in India offers such a comprehensive mix of technical and
creative content, delivered by the industry's leading speakers and
platform experts. Across two days, you have access to over forty
presentations including inspiring keynotes from legendary Adobe
speakers. You also have the opportunity to hang out at the expo area
and connect with Adobe partners, industry leaders and peer developers
and designers. With over 2000 attendees sharing the same passion as
you, imagine the opportunities to network and further your goals.

Need more reasons? As the single, largest Flash Platform conference in
India, at AFPS you get to hear about stuff in the roadmap and future
directions before anyone else. Some of the specific highlights
include: deep dive sessions around the latest product releases in the
Adobe Flash Platform including exciting recent developments like Flash
on devices, and targeted sessions for newcomers to the platform as

Very Early Bird registrations are open until 25th June 2010. For more
information and to register visit

About Saltmarch Media

Saltmarch is an established new-media company that brings together
professionals and executives from diverse sectors with an objective of
informing, networking and serving them with information,
opportunities, evaluation and guidance to excel in their jobs. Whether
it is delivered in print, online, or in person, everything Saltmarch
produces is an astute reflection of the company's unshakable belief in
the power of information to spur empowerment, and thereby change. For
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AFPS 2010 is homespun by Saltmarch Media's Intelligence business unit
that provides unmatched quantitative and qualitative intelligence
through an experienced editorial team, in-depth market research,
focused and audited online and in-person surveys, incisive interviews
and phone consultations.

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