03 Oct 2008

Training sessions in London

by Rob Bateman Training sessions in London

***Update*** Unfortunately due to a schedule clash, the training classes have been moved to the 26th and 27th of November. For those of you already signed up, please send another mail to confirm a place at the revised time. Apologies to those who had already made plans, the above date is now final and will not change. The first Away3d training sessions kick off in London on the 22nd and 23rd of October. These are intensive workshop days organised by the LFPUG, full details of which can be found here. a brief synopsis follows:

Essential Away3d Techniques

Two days of practical tips and tricks for producing Flash 3D content using the Away3d engine. Learn how to maximise the potential of Away3D with the co-founder and chief architect Rob Bateman. Old and new features will be covered in detail, including the latest updates available in the recently announced 2.2 release. Topics range from generic 3d concepts to detailed walkthroughs of real-world techniques designed to aid 3D design and development in Flash. Full source code is provided for all explanatory demos. This course is aimed at developers and code-oriented designers interested in using real-time 3D in their flash work with the Away3D engine. Minimum requirements: Introductory or Intermediate level knowledge of Actionscript 3.0 and Flex Builder/FDT/CS3.
The course still uses the smaller class sizes found to work well in previous training sessions, and at £200+VAT should be within everyone's budget wink. To book a place, please contact training AT lfpug.com.

COMMENTS

08 Oct 2008 11:37 PM

Agustin said:

No need for teachers, we just need more documentation and more explicative, but I guess you can't make money on documentation...

anyway this engine rocks!!! keep up the good work
thanks for all.!!!

09 Oct 2008 04:01 AM

Fabrice Closier said:

I'am not the "teacher" here, but let me tell you: your remark sucks!
Is it wrong to earn money with your own work? The lessons Rob is giving are pretty extended and well prepared, worth every penny and more. They are designed to help professionals to improve their workflows and learn the tools in depth. You make it sound like being paid for hard work shouldn't be rewarded. Then you request tutorials for free, sure they'll come, but don't forget they are done in the late hours while you are sleeping or watching a dvd. Priceless.

09 Oct 2008 10:47 PM

FLASHNINE said:

Spend hours reading docs learning, -OR- learn from THE BEST. hmmm

Thank you for the kind comment - the engine rocks - but only because of the "teachers". Respect!

Priceless.

10 Oct 2008 07:30 AM

AlinaX said:

Good point Fabrice.
I bet a skilled guy like Rob has many interesting techniques to share.

regards

12 Oct 2008 12:16 PM

Joseph said:

Lets get a class in Washington DC!

21 Oct 2008 07:13 PM

Helen said:

pv also does training, but in usa
http://wiki.papervision3d.org/index.php?title=Training

when is usa for away?

Helen

15 Jun 2009 07:27 PM

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03 Aug 2009 05:09 PM

Javier said:

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