In addition to the resources I already talked about, lots of additional resources are available from which you can learn more about Flex. I’ll cover a few of them in this chapter; these will surely lead you to even more sources of information.
Getting connected as a Flex developer starts with subscribing to the mailing lists provided by Adobe. These are low-traffic, high-quality, spam-free lists where Adobe posts all kinds of up-to-date information.
There are two websites you really need to know about. Flex.org (http://flex.org) is a community site for Flex developers, and has links to all sorts of great resources for Flex developers. The Flex Developer Center (http://developer.adobe.com/flex) is the official Adobe Flex community center and has tons of articles and great information for Flex developers.
I consider the Flex blogs to be a primary source of information on Flex. Often, blog entries include code recipes that are too small to warrant coverage in an article, but are nonetheless helpful and will save you the time and effort of researching and implementing Flex solutions yourself. Here’s a list of what I consider to be some of the best Flex blogs out there: