March 22, 2006
Win a flashconference/fmx 2006 Ticket

This year's flashconference/fmx in Stuttgart is approaching fast - it's taking place from May 3rd - 6th - and it has become something like a tradition that I'm speaking there. In my session I will be talking about my attempts to build a VJ tool with Flash and quite untraditional for a german conference I'll be holding it in English. The lineup is great as always - I'm sure that retiree André Michelle will blow us away with some amazing Flash 8.5 3D stuff, Holger Eggert will surprise us with impressive sound and Director tricks. I'm looking forward to see Nina Paley's Flash animation talents and I'm very anxious to see Gary Stasiuk's two sessions. And there are many more great presenters - check them all out here.

And now for another tradition - well, maybe it's a bit early to call it like that already - but as the headline says I'm in the lucky position to raffle two four-day tickets for the fmx, each worth 185 Euro. I will give them to two different people (so it's not two tickets for one winner). In order to win, all you have to do is send an email to and list your personal top 3 sessions of the flashconference. On Monday, April the 17th I will randomly draw the two winners.

Something like a disclaimer: The tickets will ony be valid for the two winners and cannot be sold or transfered. There is no compensation in money possible. The winner will only get the ticket, there is no accomodation or travel expenses included. Oh yes - and of course it would be fair towards the others if you only take part in this raffle if you are able to attend.

Posted at March 22, 2006 01:51 PM | Further reading

i'm very interested to see what you're doing: i'm doing sort of similar things:

as3 version in development:

wish i could come to stuttgart!

Posted by: dan on March 22, 2006 09:15 PM

oh, by the way, give it some time to load =).

it is *not* using the beta 2. requires the beta 1 player.

Posted by: dan on March 22, 2006 09:17 PM
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