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Insight into OpenScreen project

Thanks to the User Interface Resource Center, we can get an insight in what is happening with OpenScreen project directly from Adobe’s Anup Murarka, Director of Partner Development and Technology Strategy, Platform Business Unit who was interview by EffectiveUI senior developer Doug Schmidt.

Interview can be found here …

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Lee Brimelow Interview with Justin Everett-Church, Senior Product Manager for Flash Player

Very nice interview by Lee Brimelow with Justin Everett-Church, who is the Senior Product Manager for Flash Player, about some of the most frequently asked questions regarding Flash Player 10 and our new search technology.
I somehow missed this one, and I am very happy to watched it now. I like the non-hype realistic talk Justin presented.

Watch the interview at TheFlashBlog by Lee Brimelow

One note more is that Lee Brimelow will be presenting at The Actionscript Conference in Singapore… Great news.

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Kevin Lynch Interview for Knowledge Wharton

Kevin Lynch, CTO at Adobe gave interview for Knowledge Wharton. The interview isn’t small one so with a lot of good questions insight in Kevins thoughts is great. All areas of Adobes activity are covered, but AIR and Flash are now of most interest. Also, at the end of interveiw Kevin talks about server technology Adobes embracing and how good client – server fit can be valuable for business.

Read the Kevin Lynch interview at Knowledge Wharton

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Interview with Wes Cherry – creator of Solitaire for Windows

Solitaire for Windows is maybe most played game of all times. I mean I saw it today on my rentgen of lungs, secretary played it 🙂 Wes Cherry is the man behind it and he answers questions from

I can pull one out

Have you ever been caught playing Solitaire in the office and passed it off as software testing?
There was a “boss-key” which when pressed would display some random .C code. Microsoft made me remove that.

Read full interview at