lynda.com Announces Release of Flex 2 Advanced: Using Data Services Over Five Hours of Hands-On Tutorials for Advanced Web Data Development

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lynda.com, the company specializing in self-paced career and computer training in digital media and design, today introduced Flex 2 Advanced: Using Data Services.

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lynda.com, the company specializing in self-paced career and computer training in digital media and design, today introduced Flex 2 Advanced: Using Data Services.

As shown in David Gassner's previous titles, Flex 2 Essential Training and Flex 2 Beyond the Basics, the purpose of Flex is to manage four key challenges in web development: Multistep processing, client-side processing, data manipulation, and data visualization. With the addition of Flex Data Services, Flex 2 has become an even more powerful tool for building data-driven web and standalone applications. In Flex 2 Advanced: Using Data Services, David discusses the program's possibilities thoroughly--from using Java Enterprise Edition to building a working database. It is recommended that subscribers new to Adobe Flex 2 first view Flex 2 Essential Training and Flex 2 Beyond the Basics in the lynda.com Online Training Library™. Exercise files accompany the training.

"Flex is growing more and more important to Adobe developers, and this title offers a deep look at its most powerful features that will satisfy the most advanced students. Gassner is a very informed and experienced teacher with an approachable style," says Lynda Weinman, CEO of lynda.com.

Flex 2 has received numerous accolades, including an InfoWorld 2007 Technology of the Year Award and a Java Developer's Journal Editors' Choice Award. Both publications praise its capacity for building strong web and standalone data-driven applications.

Anyone with an internet connection can access Flex 2 Advanced: Using Data Services by subscribing to lynda.com's Online Training Library™. A separate DVD version of Flex 2 Advanced: Using Data Services is scheduled for release later this month.

Subscriptions to the lynda.com Online Training Library™ start at $25 per month, and provide access to more than 16,500 movie tutorials covering a wide range of technology career tools, software, and techniques. Subscribers can access any of the computer-based training titles at their convenience. Multi-user subscriptions are also available for companies and institutions seeking to provide education and training to groups.

For free online samples of Flex 2 Advanced: Using Data Services and more detailed product information, please visit http://movielibrary.lynda.com/html/modPage.asp?ID=335.

To arrange to view the full training title, please contact megan@lynda.com.

For more information on lynda.com products, please visit http://www.lynda.com or call 1-888-335-9632.

About lynda.com

Since 1997, lynda.com has provided education and technical training solutions for designers, computer graphics specialists, digital media users, and computer owners. lynda.com products include web-based training, instructional books, CD- and DVD-based video training, self-paced online learning, and events for creative designers, instructors, students, and hobbyists. lynda.com specializes in teaching fundamental design and graphics principles along with the latest computer software, digital media technologies, and techniques.

About David Gassner

David Gassner is the president of Bardo Technical Services, an Adobe Solutions Network Training Provider. David has been developing and training with Flex since it was first created by Macromedia. He holds Adobe developer certifications in ColdFusion, Flash, and Dreamweaver, in addition to Flex. David has been a regular speaker at Macromedia conferences and a contributor to ColdFusion Journal and XML Journal, where he has assisted many developers with the integration of Macromedia's ColdFusion with Java, XML, and other development technologies.

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