Dan Carr is owner, lead developer, and trainer for Dan Carr Design in San Francisco. With years of experience developing for Macromediaand Adobe, Dan has created a range of features available in Flash,including e-learning templates, UI components, and Developer ResourceKit extensions. Dan teaches Flash design and ActionScript classes inNorthern California and develops e-learning and web applications forthe public, as well as for Adobe product teams.

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