Looking at registering for the LiveCycle@Max. I did this preconference last year. Will it be basically the same concpets and content? Or new? Sure wish Adobe had a LC level 2 for those that attended the year before to get more in depth.
The pre-conference LiveCycle training will be similar to the introductory training that was offered last year. This training is targetted at those developers new to LiveCycle, or looking for a refresher on the fundamentals. Of course, the developer labs that are being planned for MAX 2010 will offer deeper level training.
Still very new to LC, looking forward to attending MAX, including the pre-conferences, but worried that it will quickly be over my head and I'll just be sitting there trying to get what I can. When they say new first time users, to what extent do they expect what knowledge I should walk in with?
The LiveCycle@MAX preconference "Developing a LiveCycle ES2.5 Application" session is our introductory workshop to LiveCycle. The prerequisites to successfully complete this class are as follows:
• Have a basic understanding of XML terminology and structure
• Be familiar with basic programming concepts, processes and constructs
If you feel comfortable with the above concepts, then you will do just fine.
Now hurry and sign up
Already signed up including the pre-conferences, hotel room reserved,
airplane ticket purchased. I just want to know how smart I need to be
walking in as opposed to having done this for years.
For what it's worth, the company I work for is installing touch-screens in
the production area. They want to be able to provide live build documents to
the assembly people, as well as providing a feedback field, so we can fix or
update or replace build steps on the fly, including parts callout.
I'm looking to show them that Adobe has everything they need to make this
happen, and we're fast moving to an all Adobe company. Now I have to pull
out my wizards hat and show them I have the answer, initially with a proof
of concept, and finally with a fully functional assembly manual. There are a
ton of things they want, and I'm swimming up to my neck trying to find all