Recently, BFAIG held elections and we have new leadership:
We want to thank Douglas McCarroll for all his hardwork as the past manager of this group.
BFAIG's mission is to help people learn to create Flex applications. We aim to help budding Flex programmers grow and flourish. Our main focus is on helping new programmers to create example applications, because having a sample that one can show off is the best route to getting one's first programming job.
At most user group meetings the presenter is the expert and the audience is there to learn. The Incubator model is different. Learner-Presenters present some aspect of a project that they are working on, and the rest of the group - including other learner-presenters, Attendees who don't present, and Mentors - do their best to help. Input can take a number of different forms, from feedback on the presenter's general approach to answers to specific technical questions.
BFAIG meets monthly on the third Tuesday of each month from 5:45 PM to 7:15 PM. These meetings are combined in-person/online meeting. The in-person component is held at the Boston office of Broduer Partners, 855 Boylston Street, a short walk from the Hynes & Copley Green Line T stops.
We may also schedule additional online-only meetings if there is sufficient interest.
See our Attending BFAIG page and the meeting's announcement on our blog for information on how to attend online - the meeting's URL, etc. We also suggest that you subscribe to our mailing list to receive meeting announcements, cancellation notices, etc.
BFAIG is free.