|By Yakov Fain||
|October 1, 2009 06:00 PM EDT||
Three years ago, I was calculating the cost of attending JavaOne conference: http://java.sys-con.com/node/187608. Thanks to the crisis, the conferences got cheaper, but are stil not affordable for many software developers. I’d like to offer you a legal way to get more than 80% off the registration price at Adobe MAX that will take place next week in Los Angeles. But you have to move fast! It’s easy:
1. Today: enroll into a cheapest class in your local community college to get a student ID.
3. Sunday: arrive to LA.
4. Find me at the conference (I’m nice looking and friendly guy wearing black T-Shirt with white letters FARATA) and say, “Thank you, Yakov for saving me about $1200!” You can easily find me at 12:30PM on Monday at the Community Pavilion where I'll be hosting a BOF "Enterprise Development with Flex".
Sorry, Adobe. Please don’t invalidate my pass for sharing this little trick.
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