In a few short weeks, delegates from around the US and the world will converge on Disney's Coronado Springs Resort in Orlando, Florida to hawk their PDF-related wares, educate and be educated at AGI's annual PDF love-in (AKA The Adobe Acrobat & PDF Conference). The event is becoming an important fixture in the event calendars of many PDF professionals, and Planet PDF will again be a media sponsor and active participant in the show.
Planet PDF CEO Karl De Abrew will moderate the show's closing "Power Panel" session, in which a panel of PDF experts answer both live questions from the floor and those submitted during the show. In collaboration with myself and other Planet PDF staff, De Abrew will also be covering the event for the site, offering his personal reflections on the show as it progresses.
"Since its inception, The Adobe Acrobat & PDF Conference has reliably delivered high-quality content to session attendees and exposure to exhibiting vendors," said Planet PDF CEO Karl De Abrew. "AGI has also added a new wrinkle this year with the addition of the graphics track and expanded its reach. I'm looking forward to see how that turns out."
Be sure to stop by Planet PDF next week, when De Abrew outlines his "Can't Miss" sessions for the conference.
More information on The Adobe Acrobat & PDF Conference can be found on the conference Web site.
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