They will be a chance to learn more about Adobe Dreamweaver CS5′s new HTML5 support today, with a special free session with Web developer David Powers.

"Join us for an Ask a CS Pro session with David Powers on the hot topic of HTML5 and CSS3 (Cascading Style Sheets) in Dreamweaver CS5. David will present and take your questions live via chat. Feel free to post questions to comments of this event invite."

Powers is the author of eight bestselling books on web design, concentrating mainly on PHP, CSS, and Dreamweaver. He has also contributed to four other books on web design, and teaches web design at a training centre in London, UK.

The event will be held today, Friday, 24 September at 11am PDT/6pm BST. More details can be found here.

Adobe CTO Kevin Lynch demonstrated Dreamweaver's new capabilities during a presentation at the Google I/O conference in San Francisco in May. HTML5 Pack is accessible at Adobe's Web site.

"Now, you have world-class tooling support for HTML5 whereas before you would be hand-coding," said Lea Hickman, senior director of Creative Suite product management at Adobe.

[Via John Nack on Adobe]