San Francisco, California -May 23, 2001-Macromedia, Inc. (NASDAQ: MACR) today announced the Macromedia Developer Conference (DevCon 2001), which will enable Macromedia developers to extend their ColdFusion and JRun skill sets, expand their knowledge base, and strengthen their relationships by networking with their peers in the community. Developers can now register for the conference, being held October 21-24 at the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., and take advantage of an early registration fee of $895 per person -- $100 off the regular price. To register, go to http://www.macromedia.com/go/devcon.
"For the past two years, DevCon has helped our innovative ColdFusion and JRun community spark new ideas and advance application server development," said Jeremy Allaire, chief technology officer, Macromedia. "I'm looking forward to sharing our vision for the application server space, and learning with our developers how we can help them create amazing user experiences."
DevCon 2001 will feature more than sixty-five in-depth technical and training sessions covering Macromedia ColdFusion and JRun development, server management, user interface creation with Macromedia Flash and Dreamweaver UltraDev, and Web development solutions. DevCon 2001 will offer workshops, panel discussions, product demonstrations and exhibits that provide an introduction to the Macromedia product family. DevCon 2001 will also enable developers and partners to learn how Macromedia design products can best be used to empower their development techniques. For complete details on the conference, go to http://www.macromedia.com/go/devcon.
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