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Joseph Lowery, and Eric Meyer both have new titles avaialable at lynda.com!
Joe's newest book, Dreamweaver 8 Beyond the Basics is available for sale in the lynda.com store. Check out the three free sample movies from the CD, including one that covers Spry. Spry is the latest big buzz word in the Dreamweaver community. If you haven't checked out Spry yet, Joe's movie is a good place to start.
A few weeks ago, Eric spent some time in Ojai recording CSS Site Design, which is now available in the Online Training Library™ and coming soon on CD-rom in the lynda.com store. There are several Free sample movies available, including the following:
If you haven't made the switch from Freehand to Illustrator yet because you've been putting off learning a different application, there's help. Today lynda.com released Migrating from Freehand to Illustrator. There are a few free movies you can check out, but to get them all you'll need to subscribe to the lynda.com Online Training Library™ because this title is an exclusive; there won't be a CD.
I've been meaning to blog this for a couple of weeks now... Two very popular speakers in the web design/development arena, especially among the Dreamweaver community, Joe Marini and Molly Holzschlag have recently come out with training titles at lynda.com. Joe was one of the original Dreamweaver product engineers and has been an inspiration to many extension developers, myself included. Molly is widely recognized web standards advocate and author.
There are a few free sample movies in each title...Enjoy!
XML Essential Training
with: Joe Marini
CSS for Designers
with: Andy Clarke and Molly E. Holzschlag
Macromedia, err I mean Adobe, has released Flex 2! It just so happens that lynda.com released Flex 2 Essential Training yesterday and in Chapter 1 there's a free 9 minute movie that answers the question, "What is Flex?". You'll also find a few other free movies in chapter 1, Getting Started.
If you're a regular reader of my blog, you already know that I've been working for lynda.com since late January of this year. I started out as the Web Interface Architect and have since moved to a new position, Web Production Manager.
We've hired Dan as our Web Application Architect. (If JD can "out" my new job, I can certainly "out" Dan's!)
To those who know both of us, to answer your question... Yes, I am Dan's supervisor. Nope, that's nothing new. ;-)
We're building our web team and are looking to fill a few positions in the Austin, Texas vicinity. Please visit http://www.lynda.com/jobs/ for available openings.
If you've been reading JD's coverage of the MIX06 event in Las Vegas, you now know that I have "joined lynda.com" and have been here at the Venetian for the conference.
It's true; I am now employed by lynda.com and I've been meaning to blog about it but wasn't quite ready to do so. I had the feeling that by being here at this event it would come out, and sure enough it did... I should have blogged it sooner, but oh well. (No worries JD!)
I won't go into any detail now, but I'm sure I'll be blogging more in the future as I'm able to share. I'll probably blog more about the MIX06 experience later too. Lot's to say, but too much to do!