On June 21, 2010 Adobe announced beginning of registration for MAX 2010, Adobe’s yearly global conference. The event is scheduled for October 23-27 and will take place at Los Angeles Convention Center. MAX 2010 is a unique opportunity for designers, developers and business leaders to keep up with industry innovations and ideas. The 5-days program includes more than 300 hundred of hand-on labs and informative sessions.
Approaching conference will be devoted to three new technology trends: necessity to deliver content to multiple screens and devices, innovative technologies that make integrated designer and developer workflows possible, up-to-date techniques to monetize content. At MAX 2010 participants will acquire the skills, insight, and contacts necessary for efficient use of these opportunities as they transform the industry.
If you register for MAX 2010 before August 16 you can save $200 off the full conference pass price. More details about MAX 2010 pricing you will find here.
MAX 2010 program is as follows:
Preconference labs, that provide hands-on intensive training for MAX attendees interested in expanding their marketable skills.
BYOL (Bring Your Own Laptop) Labs, offering engaging, educational and hands-on sessions in which attendees use the tools they’re learning — and then keep the files and software to continue practicing after the conference.
Russell Brown@MAX — a three-day, hands-on course that brings together top art directors, designers, illustrators and photographers to learn advanced imaging tips and techniques with Adobe Photoshop CS5.
LiveCycle@MAX bundle — a one-and-a-half day program for enterprise developers to learn how to create user-centric applications with Adobe LiveCycle Enterprise Suite 2.5.
New this year:
CS5@MAX bundle — a training course for those who want to create content across screens of all sizes from the desktop to tablets to mobile devices. The program will use Adobe CS5 products including Adobe InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, Fireworks, Dreamweaver, Flash Professional and Flash Catalyst.
Visit max.adobe.com for detailed conference schedule.