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Got my Adobe Community Expert (ACE) designation today...thanks, Adobe!

Note: This blog post is from 2006. Some content may be outdated--though not necessarily. Same with links and subsequent comments from myself or others. Corrections are welcome, in the comments. And I may revise the content as necessary.
I was delighted to learn today that I have been designated an Adobe Community Expert (ACE). Many know the program as the segue from Team Macromedia, and my readers may remember that I was a member of that program until April 2003 when I...uh...took a sabattical. :-)

Anyway, I'm back in the program and very honored. (It may take a few days to get the listing on the site.) I look forward to continuing to contribute to the CFML and broader Adobe community.

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Comments
Congratulations ACE!

You get a bomber jacket with that?
# Posted By Adrian J. Moreno | 7/28/06 7:19 PM
Hey, me too! Congrats.
# Posted By Brian Rinaldi | 7/30/06 9:18 PM
Congrats Charlie! (and to you Brian!) -- Be careful though; I hear the hazing for this has gotten pretty harsh...
# Posted By Bernie Dolan | 7/31/06 9:57 AM
Charlie,
Congrats! Now, what does the ACE program do for you as a member of that community? I am not familiar with the gains of the programs.
# Posted By Teddy R Payne | 7/31/06 10:39 AM
Thanks, all. Adrian, no bomber jacket :-), but I'm sure there will be various apparel offered, as was true in the Team MM and Team Allaire programs.

To Brian, and anyone else selected, welcome to the team and hearty congrats.

To Bernie, I'll just prepare the line: "Thank you sir, may I have another." :-)

And finally, to Teddy, that's an understandable question. I'll point out that the page I offered in the entry has a link to a page with answers to such questions. Yours specifically is at http://www.adobe.com...
# Posted By Charlie Arehart | 8/1/06 12:24 PM
Charlie,
The benefits from the program as not too shabby. I am sure you will become even more of a resource with the availability of that type of information.
# Posted By Teddy R Payne | 8/3/06 3:56 PM
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