If you're scared that Flash is dead; I can understand the fears. Adobe has been stomping us into the ground as if were the ashes of a freshly smoke cigarette.
I expect 2012 will be a year of transition for Flash Platform Developers. It may be because we have bitterness towards Adobe, or that we want to "follow the jobs", or just because we love learning new stuff. We'll spend a lot of time learning new technologies, such as Objective C, Java, and HTML5.
Learning all that new stuff will make us smarter, and better, developers all around. The 360|Flex schedule is full of sessions on these alternate technologies. If you're a Flex Developer and are looking for your next steps, this is a great conference to go to.
I'll be speaking on building games with Flex, and explaining why that is probably a bad idea. There will be tons of good info you can take with you back to Enterprise apps, especially in the mobile space.
I think there is a good chance that I'll be paying the bills by Flexing long beyond 2012; but that won't stop me from learning new stuff. Swing by 360|Flex in Denver this April 15th-18th and say Hi to me.