I have always had a little TTD (Things-to-do) or TTL (Things-to-learn) notepad file right on my desktop containing list of technologies/APIs/new-stuff that I would like to learn and experiment with in coming days and this list has always been changing, sometimes shrinking and most of the times, just keeps on growing :).
But I wondered, what is that minimal skill-set required for someone to call him/herself a flash developer proudly. Well, Grant Skinner has written a wonderful article on this topic and is certainly a must-read for every flash developer.
Grant Skinner has also presented on this topic on different conferences and has put together a slide deck by the name Things Every ActionScript Developer Should Know present on his Conference Session Notes page which is a stripped down, re-written version of Things Every Flash Developer Should Know slide focusing on actionscripting techniques and workflows.
I must say that both the article and the slide-deck from Grant Skinner should be saved as a TTD list for all Flash Developers like me who are still in the learning process and like to set goals and then work towards acheiving them.